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CHIEFTAIN 

KING PHILIP REGIONAL 

HIGH SCHOOL 

21 O FRANKLIN STREET 

WRENTHAM, MA 02093 

VOLUME 25 
SENIORS 289 
JUNIORS 268 

SOPHOMORES 21 B 
FRESHMAN 240 



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HOMECOMING 

King Philip students spazzed out! October 1 7 was the Homecom- 
ing game. KP vs OA. It was a battle to the death. The students built 
floats, painted faces, dressed crazy, and acted wild. Two weeks of 
building and 33200 later, the floats were brought to the KP Plaza for 
the 5:00 pm parade. The parade was a fine example of KP spirit. 
There was horn honking, and people shouting. The Queen, Carla 
Axberg, and Court, Stacy Latham and Jen Masterson, graced the 
parade with their beauty. 

The float sponsored by the Sophomore class was a fine example 
of togetherness. Their theme, "Throw OA Away, KP Rules Today" 
showed great imagination and effort. 

King Philip Homecoming would not have been the same without 
the exciting show by our outstanding band. The KP Band dressed the 
field while the colorguard performed splendidly. Though the Home- 
coming ended, the spirit continued with the students and players. 



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Junior Float theme 




Colin Mulcahy 



Queen and Court during parade 




Coach Pariseau 
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Freshman Float 





Queen gets crowned at Pep Rally 



Senior fans 



Football player 




KP Marching Band 



Senior float 





Jay Hartnett gets help from Coach Rose 



Doug, a fan 



Winning Sophomore float 



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Zip, Boom, Ba, Wow, talk about 
spirit! The first big time of the year is 
Spirit week October 13-16. During 
these crazy times, student council 
runs a series of hype days in hopes of 
getting the students and the athletes 
psyched for the Homecoming Day 
game. This year the first spirit day 
was Tag day on Tuesday. The 
casanova of the year was Mike Digris 
with a total of 70 tags. The next day 
Wednesday was college and sports 
day. Thursday, Hawaiian Day, had the 
halls lit up with loud bright colors and 
beaming faces. The Don Ho winners 
were Sonya Hoyle, Stephanie Pavao, 
Mike Casavant, Fred Longobard, Deb 
Kuta. The final day Friday was the tra- 
ditional green and gold. The week was 
a great success and it really was time 
to let loose. 




WENDY DAVIS, LORI McDONALD 




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BRIAN RAFUSE, JOHN WEBSTER 

DEB WATTS, JANET WAGSTAFF, JEN 
HOLBRODK, JOHN HENRY, COLLEEN 
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SONYA HOYLE, LEXIZ CAL 
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KIM HAYES. AMY MULLIN, ANTHONY RUSSO, SCOTT ETTENHOFER, DEIDRE SULLIVAN, DEANNA COOPER, TERRY 
GREZENDA, KAREN FIGURELLI, FRED LONGABARD, KEITH CARLSON, LESLIE KEAYS, STEVE HEAREN. JEFF PADULA, 



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Juniors and Seniors were groovin' last year at the 86-87 
prom. The Prom, which was held at the Mansfield 
Sheraton, started off with a band at ~7\ OD pm. The elegant 
ladies and dapper gentlemen arrived in their varied trans- 
portation ranging from grand limos to sleek sports cars. 
The music started early but slowed as dinner, Chicken 
Cordon Bleu, was served. After dinner the excitement 
started again. The music really hit a high note as couples 
and friends danced and laughed to the song of the eve- 
ning, "We've Got Tonight", by Bob Seger. Later in the eve- 



ning, the beautiful Jen Pomfret was crowned Queen along 
with her magnificent court of Allison Walsh, Pam Fisher, 
Jen Masterson, and Sonya Hoyle. But, the evening could 
not have been complete without the company of a strong, 
yet sensitive King, Jim Barrett. The evening moved 
smoothly ending at 1 1 :30 pm. Though for many the eve- 
ning was not over because little get togethers made up of 
friends followed. The Prom was a great night and will al- 
ways be remembered because of the good time shared by 
all. 




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SENIOR OVERLOAD 



TODD KAMMERIN PRESENTS THE DIFFERENT PHASES OF SENIOR STUDY 
LIFE OTHERWISE KNOWN AS . . . SENIOR OVERLOAD! 

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PIZZA 
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AN APPLIANCE WITH 
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We, the senior class of 1 988 have decided to dedicate our yearbook 
to three people who have added so much to our yeans at King Philip. 
Mr. Black, thank you for the understanding that we are more than 
just "students. " We appreciate the interest you have demon- 
strated. As we revel in your trust and respect, our admiration for 
you continues to grow. 



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Mr. Fairfield, for the past four 
years you have always been there 
to talk to us, encourage us and 
guide us. We will always look up to 
you, Mr. Fairfield, not because of 
your Height, but because of the Ex- 
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Miss Figueiredo, the support 
you have given our class has 
not gone unnoticed. When we 
needed someone to cane, you 
wene then£. When we needed 
someonAo pull us togethen 
and set us on oun feey you 
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Good-bye 

As we said our good-byes and walked away 
We tried to remember\ 
The things we forgot to say 
The times we fought, the times we cared 
The times we spent, the times we shared 
All those things that were said and done 
Through all the bad times, we still had our fun 
We learned and grew together 
And tried to stay friends 
Through all kinds of weather 
Now its time to leave and go out on our own 
All that stands in the way of our friendship 
Is a call on the phone 

So when the time comes and you make it big, 
no matter how far 

Remember it was us who wished with you 
Upon those shooting stars 
Now I know what I wanted to say; 
Good luck my friends, I will always 
Remember ya's 'till this day. 

GRETCHEN GDDDARD 





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Before reading this document, which has been found in an under sea cap- 
sule, it is necessary to inform you of what has taken place in the past. 
Billions of years ago there had been a great war which took place between 
two very prominent political members, DAVID KILLIAN of Russia and TOM 
MOORE of the U.S.A. Through this war all life on the so-called planet Earth 
failed to exist. 
DOCUMENT: 

Archaeological studies that have just been completed in Calendrea have 
given evidence to previous existence of the U.S.A. Records found in an 
under sea capsule have given proof that there had been a great war which 
destroyed all previous life forms on the planet Earth. This war as scientists 
tell us began and ended because of two very important leaders of countries, 
DAVID KILLIAN Czar of Russia and TOM MOORE President of the U.S.A. 
These researchers have pieced together facts which how prove that the 
misunderstandings between these two men caused the war. This annihila- 
tion of the world was due to the frustrated DAVID KILLIAN threatening to 
push the nuclear destruction button on U.S.A., but, TOM MOORE whom 
was always one step ahead of Dave beat him to it. 

This information was not the only artifact which the divers found. There 
was also an 1 987-8S King Philip yearbook, which must have been a record 
of all student life. In this book there are tiny facts about the life of each 
student 20 years after their graduation. It appears very odd that this civili- 
zation could have recorded these facts so precisely but, this is all the 
knowledge we have to this point. \-\&re is the letter to what must have been a 
very affluent woman. 





DEAR MRS. COOPER, June 5, 2008 

How are you? It has been one week since the class 
of '8B had its 20th reunion. We found out what every- 
one has been doing the past twenty years, and we 
figured that it was time that we let you know. 

You are never going to believe it but MIKE RINALDI, 
DAVID PAGE and MIKE DIGRIS were all running for 
the presidency. Their main competition was LORI 
FINLEY, SATI BENES. and KRISTEN LINDY, three 
prominent women in the political world. Unbelievably, 
DAVID KILLIAN was just appointed, by the current 
president, TOM MOORE, as the youngest ambas- 
sador to Moscow. BARBARA BIRKBECK had 
handled the paper work, since she is the President's 
personal lawyer. 

Oh, by the way have you seen or heard from BRIAN 
LOUGHLIN or JASON MOVSESSION? They were 
last seen at a graduation party in early June of '88. If 
you hear anything let us know! 

Some of the class went on to do the most unique 
things. Such as, KAREN ALLEN who is doing Robert 
Smith's [The Cure] hair in her hair salon in London, 
[for hard core punks only). DON LARSON eat your 
heart out! DEANNA HOVEY is living with Johnny 
Rotten above a thrift shop in London. Last we knew, 
they were barely getting by because of the low sales 
of their velvet Elvis'. Speaking of Europe, DANIELLE 
MERRITT is painting street scenes in Paris. Because 
of the increase in population in Europe, RICH ROSS 
spends his evenings in a shoe box in the corner of his 
room after a long, hard days work in a coal mine. 



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SHARON RODERICK is a part time spokeswoman for 
"Sunnyside Sharon Suntan Lotion. " But, you can see her doing 
"The Beach Review" on Entertainment Tonight. She is not the 
only one that went into the business world. TERRI KELLEY and 
CELEST RING own their own business. What kind? We have yet 
to find out. AMY MULLINS is heavily involved in New Wave 
Fashion clothing and owns her own stone. DELORES CAREW 
caught in the nick nack frenzy in 1 995 opened her own store 
which opens at precisely at 5: 1 2 every morning. RICH KEN- 
ISTON owns a microwave Pet Control Co?? DEAN JOHNSON 
became a affluent businessman. KAREN WESSINGER currently 
practices law in her own firm in Santa Barbara, CA. ROBERT 
PELLITIER owns a widely recognized billion dollar Enterprise, and 
is happily married to Steph N. LYNN THOMPSON directs the 
McDonald's All American Marching Band but it is not because 
she owns 5-1 O McD's franchises. 

MEL BAKER, JEN CHAMBERLAIN, and STEPHANIE HAYES 
opened a chain of Adult Toy shops across America. MELANIE 
PETTIS went on to become a high class lawyer and also a part- 
time interpreter. LISA PARMENTER owns her own bakery and is 
making a lot of "dough". KATHY JOHNSON dove into the fish 
market in the South Bronx . . . Holy Mackerel! ! ! Because of her 
ability with children, JENNIFER COATS runs her own nursery 
school. PAULA FERIOLI owns a travel agency. LLOYD MOLLOY 
works for his dad at Molloy Press Service Inc. New Jersey. The 
final Entrepreneur, MARIA EZCURRA, with the professional 
help of JULIE BARRETT, owns her own business and is making 
mucho dinero! 

CARIA AXBERG is president of GQ magazine and had been 
seen flying over the Carribean on her horse with GRETCHEN 
3QDDARD. While TINA BARSTOW had been lost on her horse in 






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the snow drifts. SCOTT GRATTON is welding his way into his 
business. MARCI NORTON is happily plaster casting. Be sure to 
tell Miss Ryan that LESLIE KEAYS was "Journalist of the Year" 
for the Boston Globe. JULIE DODGERY works with special 
needs kids. KIM COOKE is teaching elementary school. JEN 
VAN MATER found out what mind-boggling teaching could be 
after teaching high school Mathematics. DR. KERRI THOMP- 
SON and STACEY ROOS, a physical therapist, both work at 
world famous Mass General. While their husbands tend to the 
kids, CAROLYN SMITH and MELISSA KDSOWSKI tend bar for 
White Island, in Malibu. MARIA SDAREZ, now an airline manager 
traveling around the world, broke off the engagement with RICK 
WOOD, because he insisted on flying his F- 1 S into Iranian Gun- 
fire. Yet, he is not the only military officer. JEFF ELLIS, a Navy 
machine worker, works under his high ranking officer JAMES 
TEIXEIRA. DODG BERRY an aeronautical engineer for the 
NASA Space Program with one of the best mechanical en- 
gineers in the country, VAN HOANG HAI VO, just released THE 
SUMMIT shuttle in 2007. PETER JOHNSON, a computer pro- 
grammer in New York City, often runs into JAMES MASTER- 
SON, who regulates traffic in the Empire State Building. LEXIA 
CALZARETTA, who is now seated in Congress, has just re- 
solved a case much like that of Oliver North's. Yet, her success 
in this trial would not have been possible if it were not for the aid 
of Business Graduate, JOSEPH DEFORGE. 

KEVIN GIBSON, still with KT. has already made two million 
dollars, and is presently visiting BILL BARKLEY his grand- 
mother's beach house while PHIL REDFEARN is still trying to 
make S2.500 a week. KRISTEN DANIELS, after just inheriting 
her late husband's fortune, has her eye on DOUG DIXION's mil- 
lions. ERIK VON HAUSEN, who owns a large corporation, made 
GREG TURNER a rich electrician and helped DOMINIC LONGA- 
BARDI to retire from banging nails. Have you seen ELLEN LOEW 
broadcasting on Channel A"? She was on last week and talked 
about a rich, famous single model. Who else but SONYA 
HOYLE? Too bad SONYA has not run into STEVE BETTEN- 
COURT because she could help him spend his millions. BRIAN 
COSTELLO, MARY CATALDO, RICH DAVIS, MARK JOHN- 
SON, GARY LEWICKI and RANDY KINSMAN are all retired and 
enjoying their wealth. Thank goodness for TOM FLORAMO be- 
cause if it was not for his magical tape recorder and camera we 
would not have remembered these numerous occupations. 

You will be happy to know that JOANIE WOOKMAN, TRISHA 
WEISE, PAM GRISWOLD and SONJA EGGERS are all married 



with children and live in Hawaii. ABBY STEVENS, ROB MILLS, 
and RALPH VERNA are all very successful and married with 
happy families. TERRI SLOAN, a mother of 5, married Dave and 
now raises champion horses. DEBBIE TAYLOR, BRIAN FRETZ 
and PATTI CAPARILLA are enjoying life to its fullest with their 
families. ANDRE LALIBERTE, with the help of his family, made it 
big in his chosen profession. We saw a big trial on the news be- 
tween RENEE BETTENCOURT and TINA BEARCE. Obviously 
RENEE, mother of 1 2, had taken TINA ot court for verbal abuse 
to TINA's own children KERRIN MCDONALD is still searching 
the outback of Australia for the perfect man. These people are 
all living happy lives unlike CHRISTINA DANIELS, who is suffering 
a mid-life crisis. 

Have you seen the Top 1 D Blockbuster movies of 20D8? It 
was directed by DEREK BREEN and featured KEITH CARLSON 
replacing "Spuds" and BRIAN RAFUSE replacing "Rodney". Oh, 
we forgot to tell you that our famous Chieftain photographer, 
FRED LONABARDI, filmed the entire movie. TARA KNELL, ART 
TEDESCHI, and TRAVIS MCCALLY are all famous musicians 
playing gigs around the world. Partying with the Miles Band, 
LAURE BURNS, JILL GALLAGHER, NICOLE VAPHIADIES, PAM 
SWANTAK, and TRACY HALL all make big money selling stir fry 
to strangers in a blue bus. DIANE KRAMER, an artist living in 
New York, contacted us and told us that MARK FOLLIS and 
GREG PARSONS and were selling candy and pencils on New 
York street corners. Mrs. Cooper, thank God PETER MELISH 
took basket weaving at KP because he is now weaving baskets to 
catch butterflies professionally! 

After ED MORAN led the Seattle Marines to their first World 
Series Championship, he got SCOTT GRZENDA a pitching posi- 
tion on the team. KIM and KAREN HAYES are coaching the 
world's first all-girl football team, the New England Slimmettes. 
MATT BUFFEY was last seen coming down the slopes for the 
U.S. ski team. ERIC SHAW is playing professional hockey and is 
married to Kristen. JOHN WEBSTER took a gold home in the 
1 332 Olympics for the 400m. And ALLISON LINCOLN is teach- 
ing aerobics to all mothers of the world. 

While some people have found their out post in life some 
others haven't some still relax in Sunny CA, like ERIN MCGILL, 
SUE HOYLE, DANNY LYGREN and ROBERT CRONIN. They 
have been known to meet at JEANINE GENOVESES' glass- 
house on the beach. Yet, there have been some rumors from 
Palm Springs that MAYA NAKARDI has converted to polyester 
apparel. Oh! Let us not forget the unbelievable record set by 





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PAT HAZLETT for swimming from CA to Hawaii under water. His 
journey was full of old acquaintances during his trip he almost hit 
ERIC SPINK's yacht while he was cruising the world. After that 
evening they had dinner with KENT ANDREWS, his wife and 
three children. We also heard that TOM GRAVELINE, TIM GOR- 
MAN, and JOHN GRADY are floating around the Carribean on 
their yachts with Stormin. They have been known to visit JILL 
CARLSON, BRIDGET THEBERGE, and ED MOVSESSION on 
their Fantasy Island of Jamaica. Believe it or not, time has not 
disturbed JASON PROTER and LAURA VENTERROSO in their 
home in Sunny Florida. 

The Class of 1 988 is not only known on the islands, but there 
is also word that JERRY BENSON and JEN MASTERSON are 
skiing the Alps through Europe. We also heard that KRISTEN 
KEISTER is sunning and relaxing on a beach in Torreniolino, Spam 
while KIMMO KALAJA is living a stressless life in the suburbs of 
Helsinki. RICHARD DESCHAMPS, KIM REID, and MORINDA 
JACOB were last seen in Europe in the Riviera, but RICHARD 
was leaving on a flight to Alaska. 

Attending an invitational track meet in Africa, STACEY 
LATHAM and KELLEY LAVALLEE got a chance to reunite with 
KAREN FIGURELLI, BRONWYN DONAHUE, and KERI FAFORD 
in Armaida while dining on tacos, orange gatorade and goat's 
milk. We also heard that they took a tour to a big attraction in the 
middle of the Atlantic where JEN LITTLE, JEN ROBERTS, and 
LAURA BURNS live in a coral castle. Others like LISA LAWLER, 
JEAN CALIHAN, SHAWN CREEGAN, and MIKE LENNON HAVE 
JUST BEEN SIGHTED HANGING OUT. HAVING A GOOD TIME. 
Yet, TODD LINDMARK has to travel from Colorado to Quebec 
to share with friends. PAT SULLIVAN and MELISSA DYNAN are 
still recovering from graduation night; they are presently single 
and playing the field. But, as usual, DOUG PALMBORG is follow- 
ing The Dead around the world. The rest of the group, JAMES 
FRIZZELL, TODD KAMMERER, and NEIL KAVANAUGH are still 
enjoying life, relaxing and doing everything and anything. JENNI- 
FER HARDY, poor child, was put into theater program because 
she kept trying to make Mr. V an interesting person. We saw 
SCOTT MAHADY who still works at Shaw's and he said SHANE 
CHILLI, and KIM DOOLEY are just getting back from going 
around the world. 

FRANK FREY, BILL COTE & BILL FOWLER are building racing 
automobiles for General Motors and sponsoring MIKE COLLINS 
with his racing career. WAYNE RAYN is still riding his motor- 
cycle around the tri-town area. We saw JASON CLARK in his '67 



Camaro being stopped by the police for speeding. We also saw 
TERRI GALLAGHER driving around with DANIELLE MERRITT in 
his GTO. 

PATTI BUTLER and LISA FEDERICO are two very important 
businesswomen for the Jaguar Corporation. MARY ELLEN 
TEIXEIRIA just sent us a letter saying that she was driving by in 
her black Lamborghini. SHERRY SPENCER and ROB THOMAS 
are both involved with their cars, a red Ferrari and 1 964 
Stingray. 

On the other bright side of the story, CHRIS CHARLEBOIS 
has been convicted to a life sentence in Rio with S15 million, while 
TERRI CONNOLLY is writing a play called Sticky Fingers. MIKE 
TREEFUL is also spending time in the Islands involved in a gam- 
bling circle. Another group, STEVE HEARON, ROB KINSMAN, 
and JEFF LEWIS have been in all of the papers because they were 
locked in the Merry-Go-Round for a year of drinking Space 
Tweeneres. 

Mrs. Cooper, do you know if MARK COOK is back from Rio? 
We have not heard much about JIM JANISZESKI but, he must 
still be fixing cars. JAY HARNETT is throwing an anniversary 
party for one of his many wives, and Deanna Cooper, the owner 
and inventor of Repsi, Inc. is supplying the refreshments. 

And as for TONI ROCHE, well, she is with CINDY CURTIS and 
Stevie Nicks drinking rootbeers after a long hard day of dealing 
with the Hyannis attitude. 

OH! We almost forgot to tell you that LISA ARADO is still try- 
ing to hem her graduation gown. Can you believe that the Class 
of 1 988 is all over the map? 

Love, 

LEXIA, COOP and SONYA. 
P. S. MIKE PUCCIA did finally graduate and made it to the re- 
union. He's still just as cute. 

This letter is certainly bizarre, yet, it holds many facts about 
the past. This civilization obviously was very excited about 
wealth, power, travel, space trips, and success. This was once a 
myth that an old man named JASON ROMSEY lived on the plant 
Mars. His story passed down through centuries in the universe. 
JASON said that he belonged to this civilization but ejected from 
Earth during its period of destruction. Yet, it was always 
thought to be a false story now after his death and these dis- 
coveries. Was he right?? I wonder. 









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CHOOSING A SENIOR FOR A SU- 
PERLATIVE IS A HARD JOB AND 
ALSO A PRIVILEGE FOR SENIORS. 
AS YOU NOTICED THE YEARBOOK 
HAS MADE MANY CHANGES, AND 
WE HAVE ALSO DECIDED TO MAKE 
A CHANGE WITH THE SUPER- 
LATIVES. WE HAVE DEDICATED A 
SONG FOR EACH CATAGORY. 
ENJOY!!! 




MOST ACADEMIC 
DAVID KILLIAN 
"HIGHER LOVE" 





MOST ARTISTIC 

RICK WOOD AND ANNETTE SERA 

"COLORS" 



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BEST ALL AROUND 

JASON ROMSEY AND LEXIA CALZARETTA 

"TIME OF MY LIFE" 




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MOST ATHLETIC 

ED MORAN AND STACY LATHAM 

"JUMP" 





BEST BUDDIES 

MIKE TREFUL, CAROLYN SMITH. ED MOVSESSIAN, MELISSA 

KOSOWSKI 

"THAT'S WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR" 



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BEST BUSINESS 
ERIC VON HOUSEN 
RENEE BETTENCOURT 
"MONEY FOR NOTHING 1 



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VtOST CHANGED 

NJEIL KAVANAUGH AND MAYA NADKARNI 

•THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS NOW" 



CLASS CLOWN 

AMY IRELAND AND JEFF PADULA 

"BORN TO BE WILD" 





CLASS COUPLE 

SHANE CHILLI AND KIM DOOLEY 

"TRUE BLUE" 



CUTEST 

KAREN ALLEN AND JERRY BENSON 

"BABY FACE" 




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BEST DRESSED 

PATTI BUTLER AND ROMONE JOHNSON 

"DRESS YOU UP" 



CLASS FLIRT 

PAT SULLIVAN AND SONYA HOYLE 

"I DIDN'T MEAN TO TURN YOU ON" 



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FRIENDLIEST 

JULIE BARRETT AND MIKE RUDCIA (NOT 

SHOWN) 

"HELLO" 




CLASS GOSSIP 

KEVIN GIBSON AND BARBARA BIRKBECK 

"HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE" 



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MOST GULLIBLE 

GORDON MURRAY AND CINDY CURTIS 

"TELL ME LIES" 






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MOST FUN 

STEVE BETTENCOURT AND JILL CARLSON 

"SHOOK ME ALL NIGHT LONG" 









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CLASS GROUCH 

JEN ROBERTS AND PAT HAZLETT 

"BAD COMPANY" 









ALWAYS LATE 

NICOLE VAPHIADES AND JAY HARTNETT 

"TIME IS ON MY SIDE" 



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CLASS LOAF 

TODD KAMMERER AND BRONWYN DONAHUE 

"TAKE IT EASY- 



LOUDEST 

ROB THOMAS AND MARY ELLEN TEXIERA 

"SHOUT" 



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BEST LOOKING 

CARLA AXBERG AND CARL RISHER 

"YOU LOOK GOOD TO ME" 



MOST MISCHIEVOUS 

STEVE HEARON AND JULIE MCPHEE 

"TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN" 




MOST MUSICAL 

DAVID PAGE 

"LET THE MUSIC PLAY" 



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MOST OPTOMISTIC 

TRICIA WEISE AND DOUG DIXON CNOT SHOWN) 
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CLASS PARTIERS 
CLASS OF 1 98B 
"PARTY ALL THE TIME 



BEST PERSONALITY 

JEN MASTERSON AND DEREK BREEN 

"PERSONALITY" 



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CLASS SPIRIT 

DEANNA COOPER AND DOUG BERRY 

"BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL" 



SHYEST 

KIM REID AND RICH DAVIS 

"ALONE AGAIN" 



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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

ERIC SPINK AND JEN VAN MATER 

"SHOOTING STAR" 



MOST TALKATIVE 

TRACY HALL AND BRIAN LOUGHLIN 

"YOU TALK TOO MUCH" 




ALWAYS ON TIME 

FRED LONGABARD AND DOLORES CAREW 

"LIFE IN THE FAST LANE" 



BEST TRADE AND INDUSTRY 

BRIAN RAFUSE AND LISA PARMENTER 

"ALLENTOWN" 



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MOST UNCHANGED 

WENDY DAVIS AND DENNIS DOIRE 

"STILL THE SAME" 



MOST UNIQUE 

ADAM CHANDLER AND MONA LISA CARROLL 

"UNUSUAL" 



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NAME: Karen L. Allen 
NICKNAME: KA, KAZ. KA-KA 
ADDRESS: 1 5 Holly Ln, Wrentham 
LIKES: Bern 1 w/fnends. ADIDAS, Ripped Gir- 
baud jeans, "hot guys." Gold, 'Hard Core', 
Spikes. 

DISLIKES: Fake friends, charmers, being 
blown off, responsibility, flat hair, B.U.. blind 
faith, being sick. 

AMBITION: To live on the streets of London as 
an unknown, to find the true meaning of a best 
friend. 

FAVORITE MEM: Dennisport "B5-B7 M , Bos- 
ton B-19-87 w/tab. Moe + Rotatilla, going to 
Stoughtigal to see DK, DP. JL + MF. U2 9-22- 
B"7. 10-3-B7. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Oh! But can I just tell u, NA- 
AH, pleez! " 

OTHER: M + P IW-thanz, dad Ilu2, L. TAB? DK 
IMU. Good luck to all my friends, especially CR, 
CZ. EK. TK + PM. 



NAME: Jay Andrews 
NICKNAME. Jay 
ADDRESS: Seekonk 

LIKES: Hunting, fishing, nature, and autobody. 
DISLIKES: Being told what to do 
AMBITION: To work in sheet metal or auto- 
body. 
FAVORITE MEM: Hunting with family. 




NAME: Kent Andrews 
NICKNAME: "Bic". "Bictor" 

ADDRESS 1 766 West Street. Wrentham 
LIKES: Basketball, friends, talking on phone, 
having fun, driving, eating, peace and quiet, 
sleep, winning, life, and especially Laura. 
DISLIKES German class, liars, game shows, 
being late, being woken up. the family unit, 
losing a game, people who don't try. 
AMBITION: To succeed, enjoy myself and fam- 
ily, live in Hawaii, own a Lamborghini, and get 
married. 

FAVORITE MEM: 2/14/87. 1 0/1 2/B5. 9/22/ 
87 

FAVORITE SAY; "Such is life". 
FOUND: Asleep or not found. 




NAME: Frank Anthony 

NICKNAME: Vmce Cacully 

ADDRESS: 3 Hoover Rd. Norfolk 

LIKES: Lynn. Hockey. Football, Led Zeppelin. 

DISLIKES: Early morning hockey practice, 

cops, court. 

AMBITION To be rich. 

AWARDS: Varsity letter and jacket. 

FOUND: Jamaica. 



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NAME: Lisa M. Arado 

ADDRESS: 5 Standish Rd, Norfolk 

LIKES Sunshine, the beach, muscles, palm 

trees, diet Ginger Ale. positive attitudes 

DISLIKES: Driving on the wrong side of the 

road. 9/26-27. 

AMBITION: To be the best cocktail waitress on 

a beach in Southern California. 

FAVORITE MEM; That long weekend, summer 

of '87. Mayflower Beach, 9/15. 

OTHER: Ten — don't ever tell . . thanks for 

everything! Best of Luck to the Class of BB 1 



NAME: Carla J. Axberg 

ADDRESS: 1 06 Seekonk Street. Norfolk 

LIKES: Florida, skiing, horses. Porsche, K. D. 

DISLIKES; Boys in blue, zuffs. English, 

AMBITION: To own my own business in Aruba. 

FAVORITE MEM: New Hampshire B7, Florida 

86. 87 

FAVORITE SAY: "Doh, baby! " 

FOUND: On the beach of Hawaii soaking up the 

rays 




NAME: Melodie Baker 

NICKNAME: Mel 

ADDRESS: 15 Bow St Plamville. MA 

LIKES: I. B. weekends, money, pirates ice 

cream 

DISLIKES Mornings, being broke, the Moon 

Man. flat tires. 

AMBITION: To run a successful business. 

FAVORITE MEM: The Vineyard "87". "A/G/ 

85" 

FAVORITE SAY Hey guess what , no, 

seriously. 

OTHER: Michele thanks for everything' Good 

luck S.H . J.C.. S.M.. AS., T.B., R.L. 

FOUND: With IRA. 




NAME: William J Barkley IV 
NICKNAME Barker/Bill 
ADDRESS: 8 Stop River Rd, Norfolk 
LIKES: Julie, food, sleep, coach Gig. snow. New 
York, watersknng, my boat. Betty, being 
tickled. 

DISLIKES: Football practice, cheerleaders, En- 
glish class. JB's messy room, empty refrigera- 
tors. 

AMBITION: To make millions and retire at age 
thirty. 

FAVORITE MEM: Art class. 1/1 1/86. Europe 
B4. 

FAVORITE SAY "You think you're so great". 
AWARDS: 2 varsity letters — Football. A var- 
sity letters — Basketball. Boys State. Honor 
Society, History Day. 

OTHER I thank Mom and Dad for all their sup- 
port. Jimmy for his sick mind, and Betty for all 
the food she's cooked. 
FOUND: At the Barrett's. 



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NAME: Julie Ann Barrett 
NICKNAME: Julie. Jule 

ADDRESS: 1 3 Redbird Rd. Wrentham 
LIKES: Bill, discus, hair spray, smiles, sunny 
days, fluffy clouds, roses, hot chocolate, T's 
vocabulary. 

DISLIKES: Box drills w/coach Rose, knees, 
sprints, black clouds, favoritism, being tickled. 
backroads, w/M.N. 
AMBITION: "Good only knows!!" 
FAVORITE MEM: 1/11/86, Prom '87, track 
with Lexia and Stacy, all the good times w/M. f\l. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Don't tell Ellie!!" 
AWARDS: Varsity letters in Track, Basketball, 
and Field Hockey. Unsung Hero in track Girls 
State. 3 National Honor Society. National His- 
tory Day. 

OTHER: Thanks B.B. for undone homework 
assignments, thanks Dad for always being 
there I love ya! 
FOUND: Eating chicken soup. 



NAME: Robert Barry 
NICKNAME: Rob 

ADDRESS: 1 65 W Bacon St, Plamville 
LIKES: Rush. Chevelle SS, parties, moonless 
nights, Zeppelin. 

DISLIKES; Blue lights, rain, getting caught, no 
money. 

AMBITION: To inherit millions and retire in style 
to the mountains. 

FAVORITE MEM: Class trip in carpentry, par- 
tying w/EJ. AB. MR. 

FAVORITE SAY: "What now!". "Hey! That 
wasn't funny!". 

OTHER: To own my own business in carpentry 
and have a fast life. 
FOUND: In the sky 




^XME: Tina Barstow 

DDRESS: 1 6 Lincoln Ave. Plamville 

<ES. Sparky, bubbles 

SLIKES: Snobs, bad drivers, feet. 

vIBITION: To be happy and successful 

xVORITE MEM: July 4. 1937. 

DUND: New Hampshire. 





NAME. Christina Bearce 

NICKNAME: Tina 

ADDRESS: 30 Miscoe Brook Dr., Wrentham 

LIKES: Being happy, partying, hanging around 

with friends, hugs, nice-looking guys. 

DISLIKES: Being depressed, being alone, car 

accidents, boredom, rules. 

AMBITION: To graduate, then to get married 

and have a big family. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer B6. 4/22/86, 10/ 

3D/85. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Hey, what's up 9 " 

OTHER: Good luck Jay — and stay out of 

trouble! 



NAME: Allen Beaupre 

NICKNAME: Al 

ADDRESS: 2B7 Forest Grove Ave, Wrentham 

LIKES Parties, cars, girls. 

DISLIKES: Getting in accidents, egotistical 

people, the boys in blue. 

AMBITION: To get an apartment with Ed, make 

lots of money, to finish car payments. 

FAVORITE MEM: Pam's house with EJ, MC, 

JP 

FAVORITE SAY: "Smedly". 

FOUND: Jen's house, or around. 



NAME: Beth Belanger 
ADDRESS: 43 Cowell St, Plamville 
LIKES: Waiting, when my car won't start, Mon- 
day mornings, working. 
AMBITION: To make it to college. 
FAVORITE MEM: Summer 87, party at 
Scott's house, going out w/Lisa and Joannie. 
FAVORITE SAY: 

AWARDS Best cover at Deca States. 
FOUND: With Eric. 




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XME: Satyavati Benes 
CKNAMES: Sati. Sat. Sats 
DDRESS: 56 Taunton Street. Wrentham 
CES: Pat. teddy bears, gold, dancing, Celtics, 
by animals, true friends, gorgeous men who 
en't conceited. 

SLIKES: Fighting w/Pat. shopping w/no 
uney, getting up for school, fake friends, men 
io think they know everything. 
vIBITION: To become a successful lobbyist or 
vyer for the Greenpeace Association after 
aduate schooj at Harvard. 

WORITE MEM: Spain 86, Florida 87. time 
entw/Pat, time spent w/KD. TW. AD, Al, DG. 
}, JM. KL. LF. LL. LB, MD. CS, TH. PS. NY. 
3. GS. JG. 

VVORITESAY "What happened ". "Ithmkit's 
i the next street. " 

•"HER: Thanks Mom and Dad, special thanks 
all the Gallaghers. Good luck Class of 88! I'll 
ss ya! 

DUND: 2 Chestnut Street, Plamville (Pat's 
iuse! ! ! ) 




NAME: Gerard F. Benson 

NICKNAME: Jerry. Bendog 

ADDRESS: 3 Garrison Drive. Plamville 

LIKES: Going out w/ SF, partying w/ the boys. 

skiing, weekends, the ACC, tennis, football. 

DISLIKES: Losing, Chomm's rabbit, Whitings 

Road, waking up 

AMBITION: To travel the world. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer of 87, 1 2'13/BB, 

U2 Concert. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Not even close". 

AWARDS: Tennis MVP, Woonsocket call all 

star 1 st doubles. 

OTHER: Good luck to the regulars! 

FOUND: At the party. 






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NAME: Douglas A Berry 
NICKNAME: Mel 

ADDRESS: 28 Valerie Drive, Plamville 
LIKES: Barbara, football, food, money, Celtics, 
summer, sleeping, winning, blue eyes 
DISLIKES: Sprints, losing, being hungry, hav- 
ing no money, mushrooms, getting lost, 3- 
point turns. 

AMBITION: To be successful at whatever I do 
and to have fun doing it! 

FAVORITE MEM: 10/10/B7, Prom BV, sum- 
mer B7, the day I got my license, all the good 
times w/B. B 

FAVORITE SAY "What's for lunch' 5 '*, "I guess 
I'm just lucky". 

AWARDS: Varsity letters, excellence in 
Chemistry Award (87). 

OTHER: Best of luck to the Class of 'SB. You 
guys are the best! Thanks for everything Mom, 
Dad, Derek, and Barbara 
FOUND: In the cafeteria or with Barb. 



NAME: Renee Bettencourt 

ADDRESS: 21 Treasure Island Rd, Plamville 
LIKES: RH, sunsets, good times, laughing, 
friends, hugs. 

DISLIKES Cold weather, ignorant people, sea- 
food, arguments. 

AMBITION To live a happy, successful life 
FAVORITE MEM: 3/9/86 
FOUND With Bob 




NAME Stephen Bettencourt 
NICKNAME: Steve. Benny 

ADDRESS: Beaches, friends, good times, 
snowy days. AL, DD, SE. KK. MR, TGK. 
DISLIKES: Rain on my days off. being mad. 
snobs. 

AMBITION To be the boss of a large, success- 
ful company. 

FAVORITE MEM Prom B "7, times w/DD. sum- 
mer at HN. 

FAVORITE SAY: "They love me!" 
OTHER Thanks DD. MP's, Mom and Dad for 
everything 
FOUND: In my car! 




NAME: Edward Beutler 

NICKNAME: Eddie 

ADDRESS: 78 Leland Rd, Norfolk 

LIKES: Fast cars, girls, driving, passes to LAV 

— to get out of class. 

DISLIKES: Inhouse. getting caught, chew, nc 

money. 

AMBITION: To be happy at whatever I do. toget 

a better car than I have now. 

FAVORITE MEM Memorial weekend 1 BBS at 

GS's house, having money. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Oh no. not again 1 " "I 

staying home tomorrow. " 

FOUND: Sleepin. Millis Bowl. 



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NAME Kristen Bezema 
ADDRESS: 27 Davis Ave. Wrentham 
LIKES: Mil^e. horses, weekends 
DISLIKES: School. Mondays. 
AMBITION: To own a business and Co be suc- 
cessful. 

FAVORITE MEM: 7/4/BB and trip to Aruba 
Jan. 87. 



NAME: Barbara Jean Birkbeck 
NICKNAME: Tweetie. Barb 
ADDRESS 1 1 Pine Tree Drive. Plamville 
LIKES: Yellow, convertibles, ice cream, par- 
tying, my "blue-eyes", skiing 

DISLIKES. Trunks, fallingoutof cars, notknow- 
ing, confusion, losing. 

AMBITION: To reach the ultimate without 
going over, 

FAVORITE MEM: Canada 87, 1 st period study 
w/Paula and Cindy. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Smile!!". "Are you serious?" 
AWARDS: 

OTHER: Best of luck to the Class of BB. 
FOUND: In Foxboro trying to get the keys out of 
my trunk! 




NAME: Richard Blake 
NICKNAME: Blakie 

ADDRESS: 1 5 Regent Rd. Wrentham 
LIKES: Parties, golf carts. AH. the dead, 
grime, late nights, the apartment, 
DISLIKES: The boys in blue, the next day. driv- 
ing in the blue van. cleaning up after 
AMBITION: To move to Jamaica and retire at 
an early age. 

FAVORITE MEM: 9/7/87. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Easy cat" 
FOUND: Out with the boys 




NAME: Debra Elizabeth Booth 
NICKNAME: Deb. Debbie. Web 
ADDRESS: 200 West St. Wrentham 
LIKES Friendly people, ski tubing, music 
DISLIKES: snobs, unfriendly people. 
AMBITION: Answering TLC's phone. 
FAVORITE MEM: Band trip to Montreal an 
PA. the week at Lake Wmnipesaukee with gre: 
friends — Huey Lewis Concert. 
FAVORITE SAY: "In a minute". 
AWARDS Most Improved Colorguard 1 9BE 
OTHER: Thanks to good friends. 
FOUND: With CJ 



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NAME: Sandra Bouchard 

NICKNAME: Bunny — Sandy 

ADDRESS. 33-4 Woodland Ave. Wrentham 

LIKES' Paul Buckley 

AMBITION. To be happy in what ever I do. 

FAVORITE MEM: Sept. 1 . 1 986 



NAME: Sara Boughner 
NICKNAME: Sappy Sara 
ADDRESS: 1 S Cleveland St. Norfolk 
LIKES: Charlie, driving fast, parting, friends, 
happy people, worrying about everything. 
DISLIKES: Rainy days, and when my gas tank is 
on empty, lighting my own butts, in the bath- 
room, snobs, cliques 

AMBITION: To get married and to stay married 
and happy! 

FAVORITE MEM: 5/1D/87 at Brad's, and all 
the time I've known Lolli, 2/5/87, the parties at 
Masslight. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Keep Smilen!" 
OTHER: Thanks Lon for being a best buddy all 
these years. We'll always be together. 
FOUND: Sitting at the parking lot w/Charhe. 




sJAME; Derek Breen 

NICKNAME: DB 

ADDRESS: 5-43 East Street, Wrentham 

JKES: Moonlighting, beaches, fast cars, loud 

nusic. 

DISLIKES: Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happi- 

iess 

AMBITION: To conquer Hollywood. 

-AVORITE MEM: Friday night in November in 

ny cellar. 

: AVORITE SAY: "Yield to temptation, it may 

lot pass your way again." 

WVARDS: Wrestling 1.2,4. 

: OUND: On the silver screen. 




NAME: Robert Brooks 

NICKNAME: Brook Trout 

ADDRESS. 100 Lowell Rd, Wrentham 

LIKES: Waterskiing, the beach, bikini girls. 

summers, parties. 

DISLIKES' Monday mornings. 

AMBITION: Live in Miami. 

FAVORITE MEM: The triangle 

FAVORITE SAY: "Dude". 

FOUND: On the trail. 




NAME: Edward Brosz 

NICKNAME: Ed 

ADDRESS: 1 4 Village Green. 



NAME: Matthew P. Buffey 
NICKNAME: Buf, Bufalufagus, Matt 
ADDRESS: 26 Lafayette Ln, Norfolk 
LIKES: Skiing, cars, money, Shaw'sgirls, Rush. 
The Cult, golf. 

DISLIKES: Rm 2Q9, ice. Monday mornings. 
Shaw's, most math teachers. English, West- 
port. Conn. 

AMBITION. To succeed in business, make 
some money and buy my own Kremer 93D's. 
FAVORITE MEM: Summer BB, summer 87, 
The Dead, Rush. The Cult. 4/18.87. 9/17/37. 
winter 86-87. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Shut up. Paul!" 
OTHER: Good luck to the Class of 88 
FOUND: Working at Shaw's. 




•JAME: Laura Burns 

XDDRESS: 1 57 Beech St. Wrentham 
.IKES: Jeff, miles ahead, partying, Led Zeppe- 
n, Jim Morrison, the Patriots, the Beatles. 
teaming both ways, Capt. Coo-Coo, Heffies, 
-he Cape. 

DISLIKES: Waiting, busy signals, ignorance. 
;he KP clique. New Wave, Max Headroom, 
areps, nuclear war, working. 

AMBITION: To be unemployed and overjoyed! 
1 =AVORITE MEM: In New Hampshire with 
Vtelissa D, Jeff P. and Steve M, Mr. G's with 
3S. LF, and MD. 
=AVORITE SAY: "I don't know". 
=OUND: Jamaica 






NAME: Patricia A. Butler 

NICKNAME: Patti 

ADDRESS. 8 Mohegan St. Norfolk 

LIKES: Maine, true friends, skiing, partying w/ 

Geraldme and the Maine bunch, escaping from 

the Green Acres w/GD. 

DISLIKES: The unknown, saying good-bye. the 

weirdos on the 450, being broke, being bored. 

AMBITION: To be rich and happy whatever I do. 

FAVORITE MEM: Maine, dead '87, 

FAVORITE SAY: "What'?? Huh^^" 

OTHER: Good luck and I'll miss ya GD, CA, TK. 

DG and others. Thanks for everything you have 

done for me, Mom and Dad. 

FOUND SJ's w/Geraldme outside of Green 

Acres. 



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NAME: Jean M. Callahan 

NICKNAME. Jean 

ADDRESS: B Pondview Rd. Norfolk 

LIKES: People with a great sense of humor, 

days off from work and school, going places 

with Kim and Linda 

DISLIKES: Football and basketball, rumors. 

Monday mornings, complaining customer, 

being in back of slow drivers. 

AMBITION: To succeed and have a great time. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer of B~7. art lessons 

w/Kim and Jeff, vacations in Maine 

FAVORITE SAY * - Fine". "Whatever." 

AWARDS: Second prize m Art Contest 1 985, 

royal court at Prom B"7 at MHS. 

OTHER: Stylus in 84-B5, Photography Club 

85-BS, art lessons B6-BB. I will never forget 

the memories of Greg M 

FOUND Driving somewhere 



NAME Lexia Calzaretta 
NICKNAME: Leish. Lex, Calzy 
ADDRESS B3 Walnut Street. Plamville 
LIKES: Hearing good jokes, the night life, win- 
ning. Vogue clothes. 

DISLIKES Being called pessimistic, shrewd 
people, bemg late — Oh, let's not forget running 
and boxes. 

AMBITION To become a very important figure 
in the business world (law) — after the 1 992 
Olympics. 

FAVORITE MEM: Taking shotput to the limit 
87-88. the 4 years at KP. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Oh. my God — I'm going to fail 
soo bad!". "Dirtbag" 

AWARDS Field Hockey Var 1.2.3.4, Capt. 
MVPB6 W- Track Var. 2.3. 4 Capt. Unsung. 4 
State, 2ndN.E., Who'sWho, Girls State. Gov't 
Day. 

OTHER: Thanks to those terrific KP teachers 
and Coaches, the past A years were 
tremendous because of you 

FOUND: In the shot put circle or being told to 
shut up! 




NAME: Patricia Caprarella 
NICKNAME Patti. Capa 
ADDRESS 2 Lafayette Ln. Norfolk 
LIKES: Money, sleep, friends, parties. Christ- 
mas, balloons, unicorns. 

DISLIKES Snobs, ram, safety pins, gum under 
the desk, green, getting up for school. 
AMBITION: To be successful in life, fulfill life to 
the fullest. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer 'B6. '87, 9/24/87, 
DECA States "B"7 

FAVORITE SAY "Hey Dude what's up' 3 " 
AWARDS DECA Districts. States 4th, end. 
OTHER: Thanks Mrs. Max and Mr. G. for two 
years in DECA. 
FOUND: Sleeping with the radio on. 




NAME: Doloris Carew 

NICKNAME: "Banana". "Doll" 

ADDRESS: 63 River Rd, Norfolk 

LIKES: Reading, stuffed animals, peace and 

quiet, rainbows. 

DISLIKES: Chores, fighting snobs, teasing, 

getting up early, traffic jams. 

AMBITION: To get a job in the business field; to 

overcome my shyness. 

FAVORITE MEM: Was when I missed the late 

bus after a Sachem meeting. Memories of last 

3 years at KP. 

FAVORITE SAY "Shutup, willyou?", "I'll tell you 

where to go. " 

OTHER: Thank you Mom for everything you 

done for me. you're a good sport. Good luck to 

the Class of 89. 

FOUND: At home reading a book or relaxing 

watching TV or doing housework. 



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NAME: Jill Anne Carlson 

NICKNAME: Jitlzers. Piddidle 

ADDRESS: 30 Cee-Jay Terrace, Wrentham 

LIKES: Mike, being w/the regulars, true 

friends, hugs, concerts, bargains. 

DISLIKES: Rainy days, liars, making decisions. 

getting caught, feet. 1 OD psc and os. spiders. 

Tara's driving. 

AMBITION: To become rich and famous. 

FAVORITE MEM: 4/28/86. 6/2S/B6. Tom 

Petty Concert B"7. "The Rabbit", meeting the 

Pats, escaping from BSEC w/KF, KF. BT. Bd. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Oh, my God 1 ". "Excuse me?" 

AWARDS: Varsity letter and jacket. 

OTHER: Good luck to Jeff and Julie. "Theguys". 

PS. NV. TH, JG, thanks Mom and Dad. BT — I 

love ya! ! 

FOUND: Driving around. 



NAME Keith Carlson 

NICKNAME: Juggs 

ADDRESS: 1 42 Boardman Street. Norfolk 

LIKES: Wendi, fast cars, money. 

DISLIKES: Crashing my car into the woods. 

getting up early, blue lights. 

AMBITION: To have a happy successful life and 

to finally buy a Corvette. 

FAVORITE MEM: 1/1 1 /S"7. good times with 

WC. RT. SG. JP. TK. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Oh. boy are we in trouble 

now! " 

FOUND: Joking around with SG. RT. JP, and 

TK. 




NAME: Mona Lisa Carroii 

NICKNAME: Mones 

ADDRESS Taunton St. Wrentham 

LIKES: Orange juice, Jethro Tull. green eyes. 

MP. snapple. safety pins, old movies, spring. 

DISLIKES: When no one wants to sing, flop- 

pers. apathy, bees. 

AMBITION: Not to become rich. 

FAVORITE MEM: The confrontation, the hot 

dog incident. 

FAVORITE SAY: "But to men they are the River 

Nile". 

AWARDS: Most Improved in Band "85. 

OTHER: Sachem. Band. Jazz. Video. 




NAME Mary Louise Cataldo 

NICKNAME. "Mary". "Cat" 

ADDRESS: 1 60 East Street, Wrentham 

LIKES: Summers, waterskung. Italian food. 

bulldogs. 

DISLIKES: Pain, making decisions, rainy days. 

computers. 

AMBITION: To travel around the world and 

experience real life. 

FAVORITE MEM: Florida B4, B/A/BV. 

FAVORITE SAY. "No problem." 

FOUND: Walking. 



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NAME: Jennifer Chamberlain 
NICKNAME: Jen 

ADDRESS: 5 Overlea Bd, Norfolk 
LIKES: Tennis, soccer, good friends, Friday 
nights and weekends, skiing. 

DISLIKES: Mondays, rainy days, losing tennis 
matches, getting lost going to and from 
Worcester w/SM and TF. 

AMBITION: To graduate from Dean Jr. , go 
back to a different college and get my degree in 
Child Psychology. 

FAVORITE MEM: New Orleans w/DECA in SB, 
meeting Bon Jovi, Huey Lewis, Mike Peters of 
the Alarm, and Boston. 1 st per. study w/SH 
and MB, 5th per. lunch wATF. PC. TK, TK, BL, 
DK. PJ, CH, MN, etc! 
FAVOBITE SAY: "Geeko", "On, no!" 
AWARDS: Most Improved Tennis Blayer S"7, 
3rd Place DECA Award — Begional and States, 
letter — Tennis 8"7, jacket — Soccer 8"7-BB, 
pins — Tennis BB. 

OTHER: Thanks to Mom and Dad for being 
there, Ricky for believing in me, and to all my 
friends for making the last four years really fun. 
Love you all! Thanks to MN, TF and SM for 
"surprise" parties. 

FOUND: In my room listening to the radio or 
playing tennis at Tennis 95, or lost in Worces- 
ter w/SM and TF. 



NAME- Adam Chandler 

ADDRESS: 1 D6C West Addison, Norfolk 
LIKES: Rush. Monty Python, tuna sandwiches. 
FW 

DISLIKES: Rednecks, megalomaniacs, follow- 
ers, leaders, hypocrites, public schools, social 
structures in general. 

AMBITION: To mathematically describe the ex- 
act nature of time, in Quanta. 
FAVORITE MEM: Don't shoot food. 
FAVORITE SAY: "You rect 'em. - ' 
OTHEB: Tomorrow may bring gnarly tuna fish. 
but refrigeration always prevails. 




NAME: Chris Charlebois 

ADDBESS: 1 09B West St. Wrentham 

LIKES: Lana, money 

DISLIKES. Work 





NAME: Shane Chilli 

ADDRESS: 81 O Eastside Rd., Wrentham 

LIKES: Doolies, du rants, digger hydroslide. 

Duffy. 

DISLIKES: Screwed up live dead tapes, harsh 

lights of reality. 

AMBITION: Sound engineer, light coordinator 

for D.D. 

FAVORITE MEM: Watching the roses. 

FAVOBITE SAY: ". . . Bound to cover just a 

little more ground ..." 

OTHEB: Live on slow. 

FOUND: On a hammock 



NAME: Pamela Cifizzan 

NICKNAME: Pam 

ADDBESS: 2Q Phillips Drive. Bellmgham 

LIKES: Sports cars, Italian food 

DISLIKES: Gym class, school lunches 

AMBITION: To own my own garage. 



NAME: Jasen Clark 

NICKNAME: Dingo 

ADDBESS: 5 Hill Side Boad, Plamville 

LIKES: Hunting, fast cars, all my dogs, my B"7 

Camaro, and iron Mike Tyson. 

DISLIKES: School. 

AMBITION: To be rich and party. 

FAVOBITE MEM: Going 1 2D with the light on 

with Phile Papas. 

FAVOBITE SAY: "Tony Schivani whether you 

like ti or not. " 

MOST LIKELY TO BE FOUND: Cruising in my 

'6"7 Camaro. 




^AME: Kristin Clapp 

nIICKNAME: "Clappa" 

\DDRESS: 6 Hanover St., Norfolk 

JKES: Hugs, friends, AH., SB., M.B.. K.F.. 

ECT , going away, Polo. 

DISLIKES: Goodbyes, ah's, dicisions, being 

;onfused. 

\MBITION: To be happy. 

-AVOBITE MEM: Summer of "98", K.F.'s 

sarty, July 1 8. 1 987 

r AVDRITE SAY: "Howie, can't be!". "I'm so 

;onfused", "This is true." 

WARDS; Cow Of The Year Award, DECA 

Btate Finalist 1 9B7'. 

DTHER: Bye. 

-OUND: At the graveyard, the farm, Star 

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NAME: Jennifer Coates 

NICKNAME: Jen 

ADDRESS: 9 Warren St. Plamville 

LIKES: Money. Fridays, Patti's cottage. 

DISLIKES: Mornings, the car not starting. 

AMBITION: To own my own nursery school and 

car. 

OTHER: Good luck to all my friends, especially 

to PC and JCH. 

FOUND: Hiding in my room. 



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NAME: Michael Collins 

NICKNAME: Mike 

ADDRESS: 1 5 Millbrook Dr. Plamville 

LIKES: Dragsters, Kim. 

DISLIKES: Accidents, when car breaks down 

AMBITION: To marry Kim McQuade. 

FAVORITE MEM: 3/12/B7. 

FOUND: New Jersey. 



NAME: Tern Connolly 
ADDRESS: 1 03 Leland Rd. Norfolk 
LIKES: Beaches, good friends, shopping, con- 
vertibles. 

DISLIKES. Mondays, arguments. 9/26. 
AMBITION: To be happy and successful at ev- 
erything I do. 

FAVORITE MEM: Spain B7, summer B7. Flor- 
ida 'B7. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Git outta here. " 
AWARDS: Who's Who. 

OTHER: Thanks LA. JT. LK for being there 
when I needed a friend. I'll miss you. Also, thanks 
Mom and Dad. I love you! 
FOUND: Shopping w/my friends. 




NAME: Kimberly Cook 
NICKNAME: Kim 

ADDRESS: 1 3 Standish Rd. Norfolk 
LIKES: Being with Bret, hugs. Chinese fire 
drills, the beach, camping, water skiing, good 
friends, walking the canal. 

DISLIKES: Running, being late far class, term 
papers, diets. 

AMBITION: To graduate from college, get mar- 
ried, and raise a family. 

FAVORITE MEM: Day after Prom. B7, sum- 
mer of '87, July A. 1 9B7. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Whatever makes your boat 
float. " 

OTHER: Good luck to all my friends. 
FOUND: Working at Cook's Farm. 




NAME: Deanna L. Cooper 
NICKNAMES: "Coop" 

ADDRESS: 202 North Street. Norfolk 
LIKES: Pepsi, buns, being with friends, class 
with Paula F. doing wild things with Jen. Kelley. 
banquets with Amy and Sonya for basketball. 
DISLIKES: Being still, when Dad says its 
"family night", dishonest friends, drive 
th roughs. 

AMBITION: To be a hospital or hotel adminis- 
trator and to no how to spel. 
FAVORITE MEM: N.A. Beach BB, 6-2B-B"7to 
7-9-S"7 with Patty K.. Jen, Kelley L. . and Jeff 
L. . Bonjovi with Gregg, all the good time and 
talk with Amy when she is driving my car. 
FAVORITE SAY: "What's up! I'm bored." 
AWARDS: Varsity jacket and letters for 
Basketball. Hugh O'Brien Award. 
OTHER: Thanks to Mrs. Wemborg for all the 
support you gave me and Mom and Dad. 
Thanks Amy. Sonya for putting up with all my 
"BS". 

FOUND: With Jen. Kelley or even with Jeff all 
over Patty's, also taking the girls home. 



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NAME: Brian Costello 

ADDRESS: 101 Medway Street. Norfolk 
LIKES: Basketball, socal. winning, memories. 
Evans. Ainge. Grogan. the sports section. 
DISLIKES: Chokes. John MacNamara. back- 
stabbers. losing, very bad decisions. 
AMBITION: Success without going insane 
first. 

FAVORITE MEM: "7/29-B/9 1 9B"7. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Oh. that's weak!" 
AWARDS: High scorer. American Mathema- 
tics Examination 1 9S6. 
FOUND: Shooting around somewhere. 



NAME: Bill Cote 

NICKNAME: Bill 

ADDRESS: 1 1 25 Plymouth St. 

Bridgewater 

LIKES: Fast cars. 

DISLIKES: School. 

AMBITION: To build a stock car. 

FOUND: Building and fixing cars. 




NAME: Brian F. Crawford II 
NICKNAME: Crawfish 

ADDRESS: 9004 West St, Wrentham 
LIKES: Radar detectors, speed rated tires. 
Chevy's, collecting 4QQ's, Camaro's. 5- 
speeds. CB's. 

DISLIKES: Tickets, blue and red lights, ac- 
cidents, Fords, full automatic, not having 
stereo. 

FAVORITE MEM: Outward Bound '85 and 
'B"7. 12/3/B6. 3/1 "I /BS. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Arm the radar control sys- 
tems". "We be motivated. " 
OTHER: Drama 1 . 
FOUND: Working on a Hi-Po machine. 




NAME: Shaun Creegan 
NICKNAME: "Creegs" 

ADDRESS: 1 S Pine Land Drive. Plamville 
LIKES: The Dead. Live Bootleg. Thunder 
storms. Dozes. Classic Rock. 
DISLIKES: Phonies, bad attitudes, head 
games. 

AMBITION: To become a successful drafts' 
man and live life to its fullest. 

FAVORITE MEM: All Mayhem around Ewald. 
FAVORITE SAY: "There's nothing like a Grat- 
eful Dead Show". "Really . .?" 
OTHER: Amanda, thanks for being a good fri- 
end, you're a beautiful girl, don't change. 
FOUND: At Ewald. 



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NAME: Robert D. Cronin 
NICKNAME: Rob 

ADDRESS 321 Main St. Norfolk 
LIKES: Very fast cars, good food, expensive 
things, hot summers on the beach, my 
motorcycle, green money. 

DISLIKES: People with attitudes, working. 
rainy days. Norfolk, a know it all. cold winters, 
AMBITION: To go to college and be engineer 
and become rich with my smart investing. 
FAVORITE MEM: Graduation day, 1 3BB, sum- 
mer of 'S"7. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Quick, let me see your home- 
work", "Gimme, gimme, gimme". 
FOUND: My mansion in Santa Barbara, Cali- 
fornia. 



NAME: Cynthia Lynn Curtis 
NICKNAME: Cm. Cyns. CC 
ADDRESS. A Huntington Ave. Plainville 
LIKES: Vince. Monte Carlos, EXP, red Escorts 
with hatchbacks. "Harley trucks", cruisin with 
Toni and Vince. 

DISLIKES: Liars, not having money, all those 
times. 

AMBITION: To make Mom and Dad happy. 
FAVORITE MEM. July 4th weekend w/VH, TR 
and JF, 6/6/B7, 7/29/87, the summer of '87 
w/Vmce and Toni. 

FAVORITE SAY. "What can I do ya for?", "But 
I'm only little. " 

OTHER: I love you Mom and Dad. Thanks Toni, 
you've helped me through a lot. I love ya. I love 
you Vin. you're the best. 

FOUND. In Toni's red Escort, with Vince, sleep- 
ing, cruisin in my EXP. 




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\JAME Christina Daniels 
MICKNAME: Christy. HCJ 

ADDRESS: 1 67 Janice Circle. Wrentham 
JKES: Bowie. White Noise, Boston. Punks, 
=loyd. Sid. 

DISLIKES: Sophomore English, headgames. 
complaining, boredom. Dave's driving. 
AMBITION: To meet David Bowie 
=AVORITE MEM. 8/9-8/13/85, 7/4/87, baby- 
sitting. Boston w/DV, Bowie 9/3/87, 5/23/87 
and all the other times w/DV, 5/98/8B, Hersey 
3 ark. 

=AVORITE SAY: "I did it my way!" 
WARDS: Unsung Hero — Concert Band '86. 
vIVP Concert Band '87. 

DTHER: Thank you to all my friends for making 
iigh school so much fun! I love you all! 
=OUND: Undead 




NAME: Kristen Daniels 

NICKNAME: "Hey, you" 

ADDRESS 58 River Rd, Norfolk 

LIKES" Getting revenge, traffic signs, passing 

a Porsche on the highway, paychecks. Bowie 

DISLIKES: Trendies, getting caught, people 

who think I study all the time, not having a car, 

being taken for granted. 

AMBITION. To kill off my rich husband and 

inherit all his money. 

FAVORITE MEM: Bruce notes w/MN. NESBA 

finals '86. barking dogs at midnight 

FAVORITE SAY: "Heugh! Joame" 

OTHER: Tara K, keep that GM attitude! 

FOUND: Being obnoxious w/ MN 




NAME Richard Davis 

NICKNAME: Rich 

ADDRESS: North St. Norfolk 

LIKES: Money 

DISLIKES: Bad captains, incompetent 

coaches, Peace Corps 

AMBITION To be a millionaire by 30. 

FAVORITE MEM: Caint remember it. 

FAVORITE SAY: What the . . . 



NAME: Wendy A. Davis 
NICKNAME' Gwen 

ADDRESS: 70 Chestnut St.. Wrentham 
LIKES: Black, nighttime, animals, snow, thun- 
der, classical music. The Beatles, guns 
DISLIKES Snoring, busy signals, narrow 
minds, materialism, being igno 
AMBITION: To live a simple, happy life. 
FAVORITE MEM: Summer of "85", hiking with 
J.N . 2/5/87 

FAVORITE SAY: I hate the world and the world 
hates me! Who cares? 

OTHER : Lots of love to those who made the last 
A years fun and bearable especially M C , AC, 
J.N., and K.D 
FOUND: Laughing at the world. 




slAME: Richard Deschamps 

•JICKNAME: Rich 

ADDRESS: 31 O Spring St 

JKES: Sports, hunting, fishing. 

DISLIKES: Homework. 

AMBITION MEM: Playing soccer and baseball 

n youth leagues. 

AWARDS: Boys State certificate. Little 

_eague trophies. 






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NAME. Simone Desrosiers 

NICKNAME: Mona 

ADDRESS 2A Amuet Drive 

LIKES' Dave, weekends, friends like HD, Stevie 

Nicks. 

DISLIKES: Soggy french fries, snobs, liars, 

ignorance, preiudice. 

AMBITION: To figure out everything I don't 

understand. 

FAVORITE MEM: Neil Young '87 with Heather. 

FAVORITE SAY: "'Unbelievable", "shut up. 

Mark" 

OTHER: Good luck Heath! I love ya! 

FOUND: In Attleboro with Laura Lee and 

Heather. 




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NAME Michael Neil Digns 

NICKNAME: Mike, Elroy 

LIKES: Celtics. Sox, skating. The Right Wing. 

Ollie, SL's ears, passing on the right, hallway 

hockey w/SL. 

DISLIKES: Game six, carrying Derek, people 

who don't speak English, The Left Wing, EPA, 

No Nukes bumper stickers. 

AMBITION: To become a powerful politician 

and make six figures before thirty. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer '87. 6/25/B7-7/2/ 

87. 

FAVORITE SAY. "Don't worry about it." 

AWARDS: Varstty letters — Winter Track 

2.3.4, Spring Track 2,3.4. 

FOUND: Laughing at someone. 



NAME: Stephanie Dineen 
NICKNAME: Skippy 

ADDRESS: 9 Brookside Lane, Norfolk 
LIKES: Remembering, everlasting life symbols, 
forgetting. 

DISLIKES: Time, entering completely new lives, 
the future. Madonna, playing 50 questions w/ 
Mom. 

AMBITION: To be content and satisfy my 
dreams. 

FAVORITE MEM: The time before I was intro- 
duced to the ways of life .... more recently — 
Tom and "The corner house". Also Jill. 
FAVORITE SAY "A man can be himself only so 
long as he is alone" — Carl Sandburg, 
FOUND: Gliding southward. 




NAME: James Douglas Dixon 
NICKNAME: Doug, Douggie 
ADDRESS: 42 Grove Street. Norfolk 
LIKES: Gummie Bears, sleeping late, suntans, 
the thrill of victory. LA 

DISLIKES: Losing my keys, being rushed, Mel's 
laugh, BVD's late weekmghts 
AMBITION To find the perfect make-it-nch 
quick scheme. 

FAVORITE MEM: Quebec '87. beating the 
football team in football. Montreal B6. 
FAVORITE SAY. "How to be ineffective." 
AWARDS: Varsity letters in Tennis and Soc- 
cer, Who's Who in HS. Captain Tennis 'B8. 
OTHER: Thanks to all the guys and gals who 
helped make these four years truly awesome. 
FOUND: Catching extra z"s. 




NAME; Dennis H Doire 
NICKNAME: Dennis 
ADDRESS: 40 St, Wrentham 
LIKES: Music, computers, books, martial arts 
and nature 

DISLIKES: Narrow-minded, unmoralized bul- 
lies with ego problems. 

AMBITION: To achieve what I set my sights on. 
FAVORITE MEM: Excitement of reaching top 
of mountain 

FAVORITE SAY "Nothing is impossible be- 
cause if there's a will, there's a way". "Never 
say maybe", "Go for it all". 

AWARDS: Senior Patrol leader. SysopofBBS. 
OTHER: No one is strong until someone else is 
weak. 

FOUND; Wherever good music and/or intelli- 
gent conversation is found. 



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NAME Melissa Donnellan 

NICKNAME Misshssa 

ADDRESS: 323 Taunton St. Wrentham 

LIKES: Dan. partying. Zeppelin, miles ahead, 

sunny days, friends, beaming both ways. 

money 

DISLIKES: Preps, snobs, cliques, school, 

hangovers, waking up early, cops, slow people, 

ignorance 

AMBITION To be rich and happy 

FAVORITE MEN: Freshman year, in New 

Hampshire w/Laura B, Jeff P, Steve MC, Mr 

G's w/JG. JF. SS in '84, 

FAVORITE SAY: "And what I wouldn't". 

FOUND: Jamaica. 



NAME Bronwyn Donohue 
NICKNAME: "Brownie" B-win 

LIKES: Scale. Zeppelin, all the endless parties. 
Lake George. BW'sbestfnends. Sgood times. 
DISLIKES Rainy days, useless dreamm, minis- 
kirts in Filene's w/BT, fighting, ECN, neutral- 
ness. fake smiles and laughs. 

AMBITION: To find the perfect Rnta! And to be 
happy and successful. 

FAVORITE MEM; 7/2/87, scared. The Dead 
7/4/87. 

FAVORITE SAY: "N, yaa" "Great, great!!". 
"Well, kiddo". Nada. 

OTHER: Good luck to, JD. KLF. KF. BT. and all 
the rest of ya! Thank's kiddo's for helpin me out. 
Thank's MomSDad — I love you! 




NAME Kim Dooley 

ADDRESS 3D Woolford Rd, Wrentham 

LIKES: Shane, my puppies. Digger. Grateful 

Dead, hydrosliding 

DISLIKES Cigarettes. 

AMBITION To be a forest ranger 

FAVORITE MEM: Being friends with Sati B. , 

getting in trouble wATncia, Julie. Lisa in the old 

days. 




NAME Julie S. Dougery 

NICKNAME- Julie, Jules, Cleo. George 

ADDRESS: 24 Robin Rd. Norfolk 

LIKES: People who make their own fun, taking 

walks in the rain w/my best friend, theband, KD. 

DISLIKES: Math, bad grades, when people are 

mean to others 

AMBITION; To do God's will mall areas of my life. 

FAVORITE MEM; 1 /2B/S7. 

FAVORITE SAY: "So, sew buttons on my 

underwear " "Say hey. chick!" 

AWARDS: Who's Who Among American High 

School Students. 

OTHER Thanks Mom and Dad for all that 

you've done for me I love you! 

FOUND Writing letters, walking in the rain 

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NAME: Geraldme Doyle 
NICKNAME: 

ADDRESS: 3 Stillwell Avenue, Norfolk 
LIKES: Maine, Max Creek, Crips Co Lynn. 
DISLIKES: Binds aC bus scops, always losing 
people aC dead shows. 

AMBITION: To arrive ac our desCinaCion wich- 
ouC geCCing us lose. 

FAVORITE MEM: Labor Day shows wiCh 
YveCCe. Wednesdays aC Lupos, V/A/BV, sum- 
mers in Maine 

FAVORITE SAY: "What escapade shall we go 
on this weekend?" 

OTHER: Thanks for all Che fun and happy times 
Squid-bee 1 I love yal 

FOUND: SJ's with PaCCi outside of Green 
Acres. 



NAME: John C Duczakowski 

NICKNAME: Duza. Duka 

ADDRESS: 1 6 Horseshoe Dr. Plainville 

LIKES: Parties, going out, music, videogames. 

cruising and spending money. 

DISLIKES: Teachers, parents, not going out, 

school and homework. 

AMBITION: To make money, go Co college, and 

succeed in life. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer of 'B"7 

FAVORITE SAY: "Let's go to the bakery". 

FOUND: At a bakery. 




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NAME: Melissa M Dynan 
NICKNAME: Melis. Lis 

ADDRESS: 8 HunCington Ave, Plainville 
LIKES: Chris. TheMonkees, lollipops, sunsets, 
sunrises, the color red. shopping, koala bears, 
laughing, uniqueness. 

DISLIKES: Good-byes, working, KM's laugh 
and driving, people who conscancly Calk about 
themselves. JS talking about the GD. TFP. 
nothing Co do. geCCing caught 
AMBITION: To live in Australia and be a suc- 
cess, to get even and be one up. 
=AVORITE MEM: 8/20/87, 8/3-77B7, 9/26/ 
36 

FAVORITE SAY: "Don't be gay 1 ". "Yeahi" 
AWARDS: Varsity letter and jacket. 
ZITHER: Thanks a lot guys for everything! Best 
wishes to AM, DT. KM. BB. SL. JG. MT, LH. 
3H. JM. Good luck to the Class of 'SB and the 
: uture graduadng classes 
=OUNO: W/AM AT BK or PG's aC D's LW. 




NAME: Sonja Eggers 
NICKNAME- PussycaC 

ADDRESS: (Beerencal Weg 2 1 /22 1 Hamburg 
SO] 76 Thurston Street. Wrentham 
LIKES: All who like me. Horses, dogs, reading, 
music. 

DISLIKES All who don't like me, cats. 
AMBITION: ScienCisC. geCtmg Che Gold-Scar 
medal in dancing 
FAVORITE MEM: May "79." 
FAVORITE SAY "Oh God " 

AWARDS Gym, Gold medal [formal] dancing, 
Bronze, Silver. Gold. 

FOUND: (Germany): Dancing School [Amer- 
ica): watching TV 




NAME Jeff Ellis 
NICKNAME: "Elvis" 
ADDRESS. 1 Wade Rd. Plainville 
LIKES: Football. BaskeCball. girls, beaches, re- 
mote control cars & motorcy 
DISLIKES: Grumpy people. 

AMBITION: To be in the Navy CMachmeist) 
FAVORITE MEM: Going ouC wiCh Carol Harper 
(Summer of 85'). 

AWARDS: Excellence in Machine Shop — "86V 
FOUND Stranded on the side of the road — 
(car-trouble). 



NAME: ScoCC Ectenhofer 
NICKNAME: "Ects". "Sam" 
ADDRESS: 6 Meadowbrook way 
LIKES: Hockey, fast cars, beach parCies, 
money, winning, sleeping, skiing. 
DISLIKES: Losing, speeding tickets, home- 
work, having no money, double sessions, 55: OQ 
AM practices. 

AMBITION: To play pro hockey, be successful. 
FAVORITE MEM: DD party '86. horseneck 
with D D and T L Texas '8"7. good times with 
DD, KC. KW. RM, CS. LH. SB. Prom87, Scitu- 
ace 87. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Relax dude, iC's Caken care 
of". 

AWARDS Unsung Hero Hockey B6. Hock 
League All Scar Hockey '87\ Varsity leCCers 
Hockey, Soccer. All Star 
OTHER: Good luck to all my friends. 




sJAME: Maria Antonia Ezcurra 

sllCKNAME: Maria 

ADDRESS: 1 5 Ray Rd. Wrentham 

JKES: Sky. reading books, parties, being 

'warm. 

DISLIKES: Running, American food 

AMBITION: To have a lot of money. 

FAVORITE MEM: My few last days in Spam. 

3THER: Recuerdo a mi tierra. 

z OUND: In the house. 




NAME Kern L. Faford 

NICKNAME Ker. Faf 

ADDRESS 10 Lantern Lane, Norfolk 

LIKES Family, the cape, TB. KL, walking on the 

beach, partying, New York skiing. Karen and 

Bronwyn. BW's 

DISLIKES: Cliques, fake friends, spiders, rain. 

Centennial Night, moving, Calking Coke 

machine, fighcing, crashing inco snowbanks. 

AMBITION: To find Che perfecc Riica and to be 

successful at whatever I do. 

FAVORITE MEM: The return. 9/5/87. TheExiC. 

Graceful Dead Concert, Tom PeCCy, Prom "S 7\ 

Summer of 'Q~7, lasC day of School '86. '87, 

ECN. escaping from BSEC w/BT. JC. KF, BD. 

The TN w/BT. ST 

FAVORITE SAY: "I'm so annoyed*", "Nice life. 

huh°" 

OTHER Thanks BD and KF for always being 

there for me when I needed ya! Good luck to PR. 

BD. KF. JF. 

FOUND W Karen and Bronwyn aC Caps. 



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NAME Tammy Fasulo 

NICKNAME: Chucki 

ADDRESS: 51 Pleasant St, Plamville 

LIKES LB tape, friends, sitting on the wall 

w/Sarah, movies, drawing. 

DISLIKES Typing, being bored, riding the bus. 

AMBITION: To be successful at something. 

FAVORITE MEM: Stranded w/SM. Bon Jovi, 

Aerosmith, Boston Concerts, Summer of '86 

FAVORITE SAY "Gimme a break! ". "No way! " 

OTHER: Thanks Sarah for all the talks — they 

helpedalot! ThanksMN, TB, JCforeverythmg! 

FOUND: At home drawing, listening to my LB 

and BC tapes. 



NAME. Lisa Fedenco 

NICKNAME: Lee 

ADDRESS 39 Cherry St, Wrentham 

LIKES Paul. Pink Floyd, Jaguars. Corvette 

Stingray's, freshman year. CJ's, cat and Rick 

DISLIKES PMS, zits, busy signals, ignorance. 

liars, beingignored, waking upandMS, Tracyat 

Christmas. "Psyched" 

AMBITION: To overcome MS and marry Paul. 

FAVORITE MEM: Freshman year. Sept 6th. 

1985. 

FAVORITE SAY "What's up^", "Hi!!", 

"Ooop's", "Whata got! " 

AWARDS: Culinary Arts Certificate 

OTHER: Good luck to LB. SS. MD. AD. Al 

FOUND Paul's house. 





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NAME: Paula Jane Fenoli 
NICKNAME Paula 

ADDRESS. 406 Thurston St. Wrentham 
LIKES Sunsets, beaches, hugs, smiley faces, 
good times with friends, always having some- 
one there. 

DISLIKES: Fighting with friends, breaking up, 
stuck up people, not knowing. 
AMBITION To survive in this crazy world 
FAVORITE MEM: Great woods with KD. senior 
study first period w/CC. BB. between classes 
senior year w/CF. 

FAVORITE SAY "Smile!". "What's wrong 15 ", "I 
don't care! " 

OTHER: All my love to my friends, you're terri- 
fic! Deanna and Cindy, thanks for helping me 
through senior year. 
FOUND: Anywhere and everywhere 




NAME: Karen Figurelli 

NICKNAME: Figgs, Figgy 

ADDRESS: 6 Stand.sh Rd, Norfolk 

LIKES: Guys, blondes, sunsets, Malibu. true 

friends 

DISLIKES: Snobs, rainy days, guys w/big egos. 

AMBITION: To be happy, to find the perfect 

Rnta. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer 'B~7 . Quebec, times 

w/ girls 

FAVORITE SAY: "No way," "Get out." 

AWARDS: Varsity Soccer-letter, 



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NAME Lon Finley 
NICKNAME: Lolli. Sally 

ADDRESS 275 Oedham St, Wrentham 
LIKES: Summer, getting my way, mixed par- 
ties, good friends, having no money w/out hav- 
ing to work for it, freedom. 

DISLIKES: Mondays, ignorant people, missing 
fire extinguishers, waiting, no car, silly bath- 
rooms, phonies, "work", commitment. 
AMBITION To figure out what I want, get it. 
and be happy with it once I've got it. 
FAVORITE MEM: Times spent w/KL, SB, CW. 
LM. EM. KT. JR. ES, MB, JP. BW. and anyone I 
might have forgotten. 2/87 Florida w/CW 
FAVORITE SAY: "We wanna see people", 
"What's going on tonight?". 

OTHER: Thank you Kristin and Sara — you've 
helped me through a lot of BS Thanks Mom — I 
owe you a lot. 

FOUND: Looking for a party with Kristin, or at 
one. 



NAME. Carl Fisher 

NICKNAME: Fish 

ADDRESS: Plamville 

LIKES; The sun, blonds, The Grateful Dead, 

pizz. 

DISLIKES. Cops 

AMBITION: To find my crev. 

FAVORITE MEM: All the dead shows. 

FAVORITE SAY: "See ya later!" 




NAME Thomas Floramo 

NICKNAME: Tom. Ed, "Edmundo Tuxedo" 

ADDRESS: 45 Myrtle St. Wrentham 

LIKES: Music, photography, electrical repair. 

small engine repair, sports cars. Mr. Ingalls. 

weightlifting. friends from school. 

DISLIKES: Asthma, students making fun of 

me, being ill and weak, freezing cold weather. 

humidity, Columbia House rip-offs from the 

club. 

AMBITION: To get a good job and to get my 

driver's license, 

FAVORITE MEM: Mr. Faulkner in the weight 

room. 

FAVORITE SAY. "When's lunch' 5 " 

OTHER Thanks to Mom, Dad. and George. 



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NAME: Mark Follis 

NICHNAME: Marcos 

ADDRESS 1 94 North St. Norfolk 

LIKES: Iron Maiden, baseball, drawing, skating. 

DISLIKES: Yuppies and people who don't know/ 

when to keep their mouth closed. Monday 

morning. 

AMBITION: Either the Army or Art School. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Now what do we do?" 

FOUND: Where no one can find me 






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NAME" William Fowler 

NICKNAME: Bill 

ADDRESS: 118 Franklin St, Wrentham 

LIKES DC. football, true friends, shooting 

pool. 

DISLIKES: Steak, fighting w/DC. 

FAVORITE MEM: NA Beach '86, December 

Dance '86. 

AWARDS: Varsity letter and jacket, Unsung 

Hero Track 86-87. Captain Winter and Spring 

Track [junior) 

OTHER: I love ya, Dawn 

FOUND: Dawn's house. 



NAME: Brian J- Fretz 

ADDRESS: 7 Wampanoag Ave. Norfolk 
LIKES: Tara, playing the drums, skiing, travell- 
ing, band competitions 

DISLIKES. The SAT's, parades, mid-year and 
final exams, slow school years, not having 
money 

AMBITION: To be a successful musician and to 
have Neil Peart say to me "I'm impressed" 
FAVORITE MEM: California '85, winning Best 
Drum Line '85 and '86, Prom "B7. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Check it out!", "Get it en- 
grained! " 

AWARDS: Marching Band Rookie of the Year 
85, Marching Band Unsung Hero 86. Jazz 
Band Outstanding Musicianship Award 87, 
Jazz Band Most Valuable Player 8"7. 
OTHER: Marching Band 1.2, 3. -4. Jazz Band 
1.2.3,4. Concert Band 1,2,3,4, Percussion 
Ensemble 2.3,4 
FOUND: At a band rehearsal. 




slAME: Frank Frey 

nJICKNAME: Frankie. Frank 

ADDRESS B Garfield St. Plamville 

JKES: Tuna Fish, money, radar detectors, 

gorgeous women, porches. 

DISLIKES Detentions, English, no car. home- 

vork, beaches. 

\MBITION TP be a successful engineer. 

FAVORITE MEM: Montreal '86 

-"AVORITE SAY: "We had homework!!" 

: OUND Merry-GO-Round. 




NAME James Fnzzell 

NICKNAME: J D 

ADDRESS: 55 Lincoln Ave, Plamville 

LIKES: Motocross. 

DISLIKES: Having too much homework. 

crashing. 

AMBITION: Anything and everything. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer vacations and 

graduation. 




NAME: Jill Gallagher 
NICKNAME: Beanz 

ADDRESS 3 Pocumtuck Ave. Norfolk 
LIKES Red Corvettes, presents, NV's free- 
way, my friends, The Embassy, dosednvers, 
Myrtle Beach w/Pam, Jolt. 

DISLIKES: Big Red, Smeadly. Tracey's vocabul- 
ary, trip to Nashua, rain, chocolate, the 
woozies. Mondays, pam's Dog. stake out. 
Mace's driveway. U.P. 

AMBITION: To meet Mr. Nashua and to make 
up my mind. 

FAVORITE MEM: R/M with Pam, trip to Rocky 
Point, 5/1 5/87, Funnel Night w/BB. TH, PS. 
DP. BR. Summer of '85 and '86, New Years 
Eve '86, sophomore year, snowball fight 
FAVORITE SAY: "Cheers". 

AWARDS: Gymnastics MVP 1.2, Woonsock- 
et Call All-Star. Varsity jacket. 
OTHER: Good luck to Pam, Nicole, Tracey, and 
Gretchen Thanks for all the good times. 
FOUND: Floating on a boat 



NAME: Terry Gallagher 

NICKNAME "Ak." 

ADDRESS 20 Oxbow Dr. Wrentham 

LIKES: Danielle. cruisingwithM. J mtheTrans- 

Am, Rollercoaster Road. Spending time with 

Danielle, loud music. 

DISLIKES: Accidents, people who drive slow. 

AMBITION: To become rich so I can support 

Danielle. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer of 'S"7 with Mark, 

Jeff, and Liam. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Good, and you? 1 " 

FOUND: With Danielle in Paris. 




IAME: Jeanine Genovese 

IICKNAME: Jino-head 

■DDRESS: 3 Naugatuck Ave. Norfolk 

IKES: Milton, summer, parties, tattoos. 

ns's refrigerator, blue eyes. 

MSLIKES: Sue's driving, the disease, being 

ored. rainy nights. 

.MBITION; To get my license, and to never 

row old. 

AVORITEMEM: 6/13/87, 1 Oth grade study, 

i/awbeek, the Thruster's class 

AVORITE SAY: "Really? no way! " 

.WARDS: History Day '87. 

)THER: Lots of love and luck to all my friends 

nd family, and of course, to the Keister's. 

OUND: At the "Movie's". 




NAME: Kevin Gibson 

NICKNAME- Gibby. SB 

ADDRESS 26 Frednckson Rd, Norfolk 

LIKES: Kerry, football, sleeping. Jai Alai. 

DISLIKES: Homework, Monday mornings, 

finals. 

AMBITION: To make my first million by age 25 

FAVORITE MEM: April 30, 1987: 

FAVORITE SAY: "And then what happened?" 

AWARDS: Varsity Football. Track. 



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NAME: Michelle Glazier 
NICKNAME: ■'Shell" 
ADDRESS: 6 Day Street. Norfolk 
LIKES: California, Jaguars, silk, holidays, New 
York, beach weather. 

DISLIKES: Diets, homework, waking up early, 
hairspray, some people, snow. 
AMBITION: To graduate from college with high 
honors and go to open up a successful business 
of my own 

FAVORITE MEM: Dokken-Loverboy Concert 
"86. U2 Concert 'B~7. 

FAVORITE SAY: "What's it to ya?". "Shut up. " 
AWARDS: 

OTHER: Good luck Steph. have fun in 31. 
FOUND: Either at home watching TV or listen- 
ing to music. 



NAME Gretchen Goddard 
NICKNAME: "Gadget" 
ADDRESS: .45 \ZS/arren St, Plamville 
LIKES Horseback riding, parties, my matching 
pocketbooks. Oprah W. . Captain Cave Man. 
DISLIKES: Dneways, bluelights, living out in the 
middle of nowhere, Nicole's Wallabies stan- 
dards, people pulling out in front of me. 
AMBITION: To travel the world. 
FAVORITE MEM: Being "Bombarded" at the 
snowball fight w/Pam, Trace, Nicole, Jill. Fleet- 
wood Mac Concert 'B"7 w/Charl, Gert, and 
Patti, when Charlene fell off Copper. 
FAVORITE SAY: "So guys, what do you think'?" 
OTHER: I wish all my friends the best of luck and 
a happy future. 

FOUND: Racing down the beach full speed 
ahead on the black stallion in my white cotton 
dress 




NAME: Timothy Gorman 
NICKNAME: Stormin 

ADDRESS 9 Walnut Street. Plamville 
LIKES Partying with the boys, all-nighters. 
DISLIKES: Franklin, flashing blue lights, the 
morning after. 

AMBITION: To move to Jamaica with Spark. 
FAVORITE MEM: April vacation at BL's. the 
apartment, Dead Concert with EM. MT. NK. 
JM, hospital with Tree and Mase. 
FAVORITE SAY: "There ya go!" 
AWARDS: Unsung Hero Golf '85, Most Im- 
proved Golf 'B6 

OTHER Good luck to MT, NK. EM. JG, JB, PS, 
JM. PH. BL. 
FOUND: Golfing or partying. 




NAME: John Grady 
NICKNAME: Spark 

ADDRESS 184 Franklin St. Wrentham 
LIKES: Parties, radios. 
DISLIKES: No heat, no radio, cops. 
AMBITION: To get a Jamaican condo. 
FAVORITE MEM: Sept. 1 B. 1987 
FAVORITE SAY: "Let's go" 

FOUND: Working in the Jamaican govern- 
ment. 






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NAME Scott Gratton 

ADDRESS: AB Miller St. Norfolk 

LIKES: Fishing, partying, sleeping. 

DISLIKES: School 

AMBITIDN: To own my own business 



NAME: Thomas Gravelme 

NICKNAME: Louie 

ADDRESS: 1 2 Fletcher St. Plamville 

LIKES: The who, U2, skiing, the beach. 

DISLIKES Mondays, curfews. 

AMBITION: To be rich and own whatever I want. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer of B7, U2 Concert 

9/22/87. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Give me a breaki" 

FOUND: Cruising around. 




NAME Pamela Elaine Griswold 
NICKNAME: Pam, Spam. Gnzzy, Madonna 
ADDRESS: 1 S Valerie Drive. Plamville 
LIKES: Dave, lobster, art. hugs, poptarts. 
DISLIKES: Snobs, grouches!. Mondays! 
AMBITION: To become a fashion designer and 
own my own store, 

FAVORITE MEM: 9/14/B5, Prom BB. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Huh?!, you did whafl" 
AWARDS: Varsity letter for Softball — Man- 
ager 

OTHER: Thanks Mom and Dad, Thanks David. I 
will love you always! GoodluckMG. EV. SH, DM, 
KG. DP, 
FOUND: At Star Pools — swimming! 




NAME Scott Grzenda 
NICKNAME, Zenz 

ADDRESS: 28 Redcoat Lane, Plamville 
LIKES: Green trucks, baseball, cute girls, fast 
cars, beach parties, money, my parents, win- 
ning. 

DISLIKES. Speeding tickets, Spanish class, 
losing, being dumped, spelling words 
AMBITION To play professional baseball. 
FAVORITE MEM: U2 9/22/87 w/PB. MJ. Dl. 
Hock, baseball championship. 
FAVORITE SAY: "You're right. Rob". 
FOUND: Joking around with JP. RT, KC, TK. or 
talking on the phone with MJ. 



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NAME: Dianne Guenn 
NICKNAME: Di 

ADDRESS: 70 Rowell Rd. Wrentham 
LIKES: Week-ends, true friends, parties, Nan- 
tucket. 

DISLIKES Monday's, no cigs. no money, win- 
ter, cycles 

AMBITION To be rich and own a Lamburghmi. 
FAVORITE MEM: 2/28/B6, Summer 'S6. 
FAVORITE SAY: "I hate it when that happens" 
OTHER: Thanks to my friends, especially my 
parents. 
FOUND: Any place but here 



NAME: Jennifer Hardy 

NICKNAME: Blondie 

ADDRESS: 3S5 Bennett St. Wrentham 

LIKES: White noise. S.A. , campers. 

DISLIKES: Obesity, waiting, biting, dizzy 

blonds. 20 minutes, people fighting out the 

front seat 

AMBITION: To get an imagination. 

FAVORITE MEM: 9/3/B7 w/CD, KD and 

friends, Summer of B5 in S.A. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Shucky-darn". 

FOUND Anywhere but home. 




sJAME: John Hartnett 

nIICKNAME: Jay 

\ODRESS: 7 Walter St. 

.IKES: Nicole, football, true friends, winning 

ootball games. 

DISLIKES: Liars, breakups, losing football 

james. 

\MBITION: To play professional football. 
AVORITE MEM: The night of Jan. 1 B. 19B6 
AVORITE SAY: "What's up Buddy . It's 

.chool". 

vWARDS: Varsity letter and jacket. 

}THER: Thanks to Coach Pariseau for helping 

-ie through high school. 
OUND: In a restaurant. 




NAME: Cynthia Harcavitz 

NICKNAMES C J, CEEJ. Smiley, Freckles 

ADDRESS: 89 Park St. Norfolk 

LIKES: Shapping. Davis, fighting w/ guys. 

DISLIKES Grouchy people, snobs, z fingered 

waves, changing emotions. 

AMBITION To stay happy G care free. 

FAVORITE MEM Narcon "BB" Washington 

DC "B7" 

FAVORITE SAY Un-huh, ya right. 

AWARDS Who's Who in America High School 

Students 

OTHER: Thanks Mark for a great junior year. 

MOST LIKELY TO BE FOUND With Deb 




NAME Lee D. Hanrahan 

NICKNAME Hamma 

ADDRESS 32 High St, Plainv.lle 

LIKES Ph-8. Wmthrop, beaches, sunsets, 

hugs, smiles. 

DISLIKES: People who don't know what they 

want, liars, red and gold bracelets, broken 

hearts. 

AMBITION To reach the ultimate, without 

going over 

FAVORITE MEM 4/1 V87, 5/15/87, 11/2/ 

B"7. Driving under the dashboard w/KH. SH. 

Florida B~7 

FAVORITE SAY. "A little of this . . . a little of 

that" 

AWARDS Who's Who 

OTHER: Much love to Mom and Dad, Lisa 

David, and of course. Link. 



NAME: Laurie Hanson 

ADDRESS: 6 Spring St 

LIKES: White owls. Mustangs. JD. The Who, 

parties. 

DISLIKES: Fake people, blue lights, warm 

brews, Nuclear Weapons, Jenn's driving! 

AMBITION: To get a good paying job and hit 

megabucks. 

FAVORITE MEM: Birthday Bash — Jenn and 

Laurie, weekends at Pete and Lin's, good times 

w/JL. SP, BR, SC 

FAVORITE SAY "Whatever" 




IAME: Tracey Hall 

JICKNAME: Trace 

•DDRESS: S Stacey Rd. Norfolk 

IKES Baking w/Pam. Jill, and Nicole. Hawaii, 

iun Country, being w/Jack and Alex, The 

mbassy, The Doctor. RP. Jolt. 

JISLIKES: Blue lights, accidents in Horseneck 

leach parking lot. waking up, saying goodbye. 

jmors. 

vMBITION: To be successful 

AVORITE MEM: 5/10/B5, 5/15/87 — Funnel 

Jight w/PS. DP. JG. BB. BR. Summer of 

35S'BG. August 24-30 1 08"7 w/Colleen and 

'am. partying at Oatses and Gary's. Rocky 

'oint, Stevie Nicks Concert 9/96/B7. 

3THER Thank you Pam, Jill and Nicole for 

eing the best friends I could ever have and for 

I ways being there. Karen — I'm glad everything 

worked out and thank you. Good luck to BT, JC. 

IT. EM. JM, PC. 

OUND: Partying w/Jill. Pam. and Nicole 




NAME Karen Anne Hayes 

NICKNAME Twmke 

ADDRESS 15 Wares Lane 

LIKES: #99, Dedham. Riverdale. Dennis Gig- 

nac. 32 Brighm Rd. WBAS CLR. PSTAP. W 

DEV. RR. DM. RB, KH — the crew — true 

friends, laughing, parties, nitesattheBfootball 

games, loves "The Tin Man!", 'Through the 

Fire'. 'You Look Wonde Tonight!' 

DISLIKES: People calling me Kim, tie dies, 

snobs, fakes, dwebes, motorhead being left in 

the ram. G.C. by CPS 

AMBITION: To visit Australia and be a P. E. 

teacher 

F-AVORITE MEM Summer of '86 w 86 w/the 

crew., semi '8G — DP.. T.S.. B B . K H. 

FAVORITE SAY: Hey kiddo. beauty, nice day' 

AWARDS Basketball. Softball, sports 

manship 

OTHER Thanx Figgs, I'm outta here! Gota luv 

it 1 I MAJ/G.I O Thanx Ma an Layta!! 

FOUND In Riverdale (Dedham) and looking in 

BLR's w/O Kelzo 1 ! 



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NAME Kimberly A Hayes 

NICKNAME: Twinkee 

ADDRESS: Dedham, Todd, sports, gymw/Mr 

C. #4A, "Fat Tin Men", guys, true friends, 

money, nice cars, parties, beaches, loud 

music, cruisin, style, Adidas, laughin, sunsets. 

DISLIKES: snobs, fakes, panties in the cold, no 

money/car, being called Karen, rumors, 2 AM 

house runs, waiting, blue lights, being bored/ 

lost, injuries, rainy days. 

AMBITION: To make a lot of money and be 

happy. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer of 86. A. 1 7, 5: 3Q. 

6:22, 3:23, 10:11. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Whatta ya dom^". "HeyMan! 

where's the party?" 

AWARDS: Basketball. Softball 

OTHER: ThanksDadandMa. goodluck Classof 

BB, many future dreams, bye. 

FOUND: Partying, playing sports, or watching 

the guys. 



NAME: Stephanie A. Hayes 

NICKNAME "Steph" 

ADDRESS: 9 Overlea Rd. Norfolk 

LIKES R.H . Rainstorms in the summer, 

Nauset. having a good time with good friends 

DISLIKES: Being forgotten, conforming, being 

alone. 

AMBITION: To live life to its fullest, travel 

around around the world and to won a converti - 

ble V.W. Bug. 

FAVORITE MEM: B/16/B6. 5/1 5/B7 with R, H 

FAVORITE SAY "Hay. . what's up! " "Nette 1 " 

AWARDS: National History Day, Regional- 

2nd-States 

OTHER Thanks to my family for always being 

there Abby: thanks for showing me how to be 

honest Mel, thanks for showing me how to 

laugh Nette. thanks for showing me how to be 

myself. 

FOUND: In my car with Rob (lost). 




NAME Pat Hazlett 

NICKNAME: Haz 

ADDRESS: 151 Union St. Norfolk 

LIKES Partying with the boys, concerts with 

JM and EM, April vacation at Lough's. 

DISLIKES: Police stations, English, pinners. 

AMBITION: To some day buy the Anheiser- 

Busch Company for a dollar 

FAVORITE MEM: Maine with JM and JM, Eric 

Clapton Concert w/EM, JM, Quebec, partying 

at Horseneck. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Who cares'?" 

OTHER: Good luck MH and Class of BB. 

FOUND In Rio with Miss America. 




NAME Brian Healey 
NICKNAME: Creature 

ADDRESS: 1 3 Harvard Ln. Wrentham 
LIKES: Parties. Metallica. money. Missy 
DISLIKES Bon jovi, school, waking up in 
morning, teachers, cows. 
FAVORITE SAY "It's cool, dude" 
FOUND: In a bakery 



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NAME Andrea D Healy 
NICKNAME: "Unda", "T.T." 
ADDRESS 1 Bigelow, Norfolk 
LIKES: T.L., money, power, good friends, per- 
sonal jokes with K.C., S. R pigs, and being a 
grouch. 

DISLIKES: Raid thank you stickers, people with 
no sense of humor, losing friends, irate cus- 
tomers, and being serious 

AMBITION: To own my own accounting firm, 
own a Juguar. have 2 kids, and be rich and 
powerful. 

FAVORITE MEM: China Lotus. Houlihans. and 
Chi-Chis. Finding out I was going to be an aunt 
. . . finally 7/1 S/S7, 6/26/87, 7/4.5/B7. 7/34/ 
87, 8/1 9/87 

FAVORITE SAY: "Trust me". "No. I don't think 
so". "Um. do you want some chilli?" 
AWARDS: DECA Districts and States Hon- 
ors. "Witch of the Year". 

OTHER: Thanks to the Folles for helping me 
thanks to K C and S R. for always being there. 
To SRC, III always love you. 

FOUND. At K C s house w/S. R. , GO. C . F . 
J G. , MB.. SR, and J L . or at work. 



NAME Stephen Hearon 

NICKNAMES Steve. Hearon 

ADDRESS: 37 School St, Plamville 

LIKES JG, parties. The Rolling Stones, money. 

DISLIKES: The boys, having no gas or money. 

working, TD 

AMBITION: To have a successful happy life. 

FAVORITE MEM: April vacation B7, Summer 

of B7. all good times w/JL. TG, JG 

FAVORITE SAY: "Aren't you special " 

AWARDS: Varsity Letter. 

FOUND Hilltop 




NAME Don Hebert 

NICKNAME: Door 

ADDRESS: 5 Kennedy Rd. Bellmgham 

LIKES: Pink Floyd, sunny days, good friends 

DISLIKES: Rainy days, snobs, curfew 

ANBITION: To be happy. 

FAVORITE MEM: Cape Cod w/RG. VP, May 

1 7. 1 987 

FAVORITE SAY: "Oh well. I'm in trouble!!!" 

OTHER: Thanks for all the good times RM, KM, 

HV. SB. AF, RG — I love ya guys! 




NAME: Suzanne Heise 
NICKNAME Sue 

ADDRESS: BO Lorraine Metcalf Dr, Wren- 
tham 

LIKES: Being with friends, laughing, beaches, 
shopping. 

DISLIKES: Working, decisions, having no 
money, driving with Kevin and Lee. 
FAVORITE MEN: 8/22/86. getting my license, 
Summer of "87. 

FAVORITE SAY: "A little of this ... a little of 
that", "What " 

AWARDS: Who's Who, Varsity letter. 
OTHER: To all my friends best of luck in every- 
thing, and thanks for all the great memories. 
Thanks Mom and Dad for always being there. 
To RH. VH, JH, MH. May life deal you the best 
hand possible. 
FOUND: On the beach. 






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NAME: Susan Mane Hill 
NICKNAME: Sue, Suzi Q 
ADDRESS: 1B3W Bacon St. Plainville 
LIKES: Joe, red roses, Greatful Dead. 
DISLIKES: People who gossip, wet moccasins. 
AMBITION: To open a day care center 
FAVORITE MEM: July 31 . 19B7, Summer of 
84 

FAVORITE SAY "Hey baby, what's hap- 
pening^" 

OTHER. Thanks Joey — for everything — I love 
you! 
FOUND: Exploring strange new worlds. 



NAME: Deanna L. Hovey 
NICKNAME: "D" 

ADDRESS: 84 Seekonk St, Norfolk 
LIKES: U2, food, freedom, individuals, punk. 
Spam. 

DISLIKES. Prejudice, closed minds, the 
thought of dying in a Nuclear holocaust, cold- 
blooded murder 

AMBITION: To become a shepherd, to grow 
older and wiser without losing my goals and 
ideas. 

FAVORITE MEM, U2 at the Boston Garden; 
getting my license on the first try 
FAVORITE SAY: "So anyways . ". "Yessiree. 
Bob". 

OTHER: Eat right, dress warmly, stay healthy, 
don't drink and drive, live long and prosper 
FOUND: In a doughnut shop being shown quar- 
ter and matchstick tricks by a 4Q year old man. 




•JAME Sonya Marie Hoyle 

nIICKNAME Son, Yanya. Hot Tomally 

\DDRESS: 400 Eastside Rd, Wrentham 

.IKES: KW, Crusm' in Dad's RX7, bem' wild, 

;pendmg other's money. Lex's and Coop's 

augh, power, sports, modeling, surprises. 

Dkes 

3tSLIKES: When people make me nuts. Coop 

embarrassing me at semi/prom, not havm' 

noney/car, waiting. 

vMBITION To be a famous model, fash, de- 

igner and buyer, and to live a happy, success- 
_jl. rich life 

AVORITE SAY "You dirtbag" "Let's be crazy 

nd different. " 

AVORITE MEM CA S3. Summer *87. b-ball 
ireak up dinners. B. B's notes in psych. 
3THER: Thanx Debe. I owe ya! Love to Dad. 

or. PK. DA. LC. DC, Bundy, Dork, GQ (DK). 
IH. GL, BB, JB. etc. Thanx Mrs. T.C. and HBC 
■nd Mr. Ed, Rose, Schmidty. 

OUND: Sail/cruism w/DA, looking at the Lake 
*earl men! And loving every minute of it! 




NAME: Susan Hoyle 
NICKNAME: Sue 

ADDRESS" 26 South St. Plainville 

LIKES: Listening to tunes, swimming, dancing, 

movies, sleeping late, watching the guys at the 

beach, baking in the sun. 

DISLIKES: Snobs, liars, no money, having no 

car, rainy days, cold weather. 

AMBITION To be successful and to be rich 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer of '87, 1 0/28/82, 

April 87. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Hi guy, what'sup?", "Maybe " 

OTHER: Good luck SH. JG. PG, TG. KS 

FOUND: In the halls, at the beach. 




NAME Amy-Beth Ireland 

NICKNAME: Amy. Amos. Guss 

ADDRESS: 1 B Treasure Island Rd. Plainville 

LIKES Dan. b-ball, parties. 

DISLIKES Bluelights, North, late bells, the day 

after. 

AMBITION: To become a hotel/restaurant 

manager 

FAVORITE MEM Freshman year 

FAVORITE SAY "Don't you hate it when that 

happens!" 

AWARDS Varsity letter, jacket. 

OTHER: A special thank you to Mrs Campos, 

Mr. Young, Mr Fairfield and Mr. Edmonston. 

FOUND: Anywhere but here. 



NAME: Mormda Jacob 

NICKNAME "Rmdy" 

ADDRESS 20 Rebecca Rd 

LIKES: Shopping, money, my "bubble", stormy 

nights. 

DISLIKES: Mondays, cliques, having nomoney, 

getting up early, 

AMBITION: To become a pediatrician and be 

happy and successful. 

FAVORITE MEM: Florida "87", Summer "87". 

OTHER: Good luck to all my friends. 

FOUND: Shopping. 




JAME: Jim Janiszeski 

JICKNAME: "Jimbo" "Big Jim" 

.DORESS: 35 Spring St. . Wrentham 

IKES: The classics. Chevy's. 

1ISLIKES: Shop. 

-MBITION: To go into the Marine Corps 

AVORITE SAY: "Who cares" 

OUND: In the weight room 




NAME: Dean Johnson 

NICKNAME "D.no" 

ADDRESS 2 Evergreen Rd. 

LIKES: Weekends, driving fast, parties. 

DISLIKES Getting up in the morning, out of 

money, curfews, depression. 

AMBITION: To become a licensed electrician. 

FAVORITE MEM: Alaska "87", |unior year. 

"soaking dunn". Philmont"8". Summerof "87". 

FAVORITE SAY: Hey Dude. 

OTHER: Thanks for the memories! 



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NAME: Mark Johnson 

ADDRESS: 35 Spring St. . Plamville, MA 



NAME Nicole Johnson 

NICKNAME Nik. Nikki 

ADDRESS 35 Trafalgar Square. Wrentham 

LIKES: Jay, cheerleadmg, going places vW 

friends. 

DISLIKES: Snobs, fights, when Jay tells me not 

to sing. Karen's Herman Giest clothes. 

AMBITION To have Jay become rich so I can 

marry into wealth 

FAVORITE MEM: Jan 1 B. 1986, Friday night 

football games w/Toni. 

FAVORITE SAY "That's gay". "I'll kill ya . " 

AWARDS Varsity letter. 

OTHER: Best of luck to Karen. Cheryl, Brenda. 

Matt, Danny. Aaron — I'll miss you guys, and 

good luck to the Class of '88 

FOUND: w/Jay. 




NAME: Peter M Johnson 
NICKNAME: Pete 

ADDRESS: 48 Noon Hill Ave., Norfolk 
LIKES: Band, baseball, wrestling, computers. 
New Hampshire. 

DISLIKES: Useless computer class assign- 
ments, inconsiderate customers at work. 
AMBITION: To become one of the leading 
writers of computer software. 
FAVORITE MEM Band trip to Montreal (B"7). 
FAVORITE SAY: "I'm serious!!!". 
FOUND: Programming software for major 
computer companies. 




NAME Ramone Johnson 

NICKNAME: Smooth 

ADDRESS 30 Warren Dr. Wrentham 

LIKES Being in control, making a business deal 

that actually works. 

DISLIKES: Gordon's driving, people telling me 

I'm wrong when I am right, the hole in my back. 

drugs. 

AMBITION: To be all I can be without joining the 

Army. 

FAVORITE MEM. Newport. Rl with HS, GM. 

being with KC. 

FAVORITE SAY: "It will work. I can sell it". 

AWARDS: Weight lifting 2,3.4 

OTHER: Thanks for everything Mr Warren. 

Mr. P, Mr. B. and Mrs. Maxwell. Class of BS, 

the mission's over, let's go home. 

FOUND: Making a one-side business deal. 



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NAME: Kathleen Mane Johnston 

NICKNAME Kathy. Kat 

ADDRESS 7AA South St- , Wrentham 

LIKES: Colorguard. good friends. Fridays. 

chasing seagulls. 

DISLIKES: Not being taken seriously, crowded 

WNCN tables. 

AMBITION To be happy at whatever I do in life. 

FAVORITE MEM: Nana. Nesba Band Finals 

11-1 -as. 

FAVORITE SAY: "No way" 
AWARDS Band letter. 
OTHER: Thanks T K 
FOUND: 



NAME: Edwin Jones 

NICKNAME: Smedly 

ADDRESS: 30 Miscoe Brook Drive 

LIKES: Fast cars, parties, pretty faces. 

DISLIKES: Snobs, bad moods, slow cars. 

AMBITION: To move. 

FAVORITE MEM: Night at Pam's with AB. MC. 

JP 

FAVORITE SAY: "Whafs up big guy?" 

FOUND: Either rich or poor. 




NAME: Kimmo J. Kalaja 

NICKNAME: Kimmo 

ADDRESS: 171 Chestnut St, Wrentham 

LIKES: Music, beaches. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Hi everybody". 

FOUND: Playing guitar in my room. 




NAME Todd Kammerer 

NICKNAME: Todd 

ADDRESS: 40 Stoney Brook Ln, Wrentham 

LIKES: Not much. 

DISLIKES* Taking notes, notebook checks, 

teachers who attempt to force students to 

take notes. 

FAVORITE SAY: "So's your mother". 

FOUND: On a beach. 



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NAME Neil Kavanaugh 

NICKNAME "Kavs" "Lenny" "Dogger" 

ADDRESS 345 Madison St.. Wrentham 

LIKES: Good friends, those parties, the van, 

carting, golf, wrapping with the cottage on the 

Cape 

DISLIKES Mailboxes, snowbanks in the van, 

people you can't trust, no par. 

AMBITION: To live a happy, successful life with 

good friends. 

FAVORITE MEM Grateful Dead Concert. 

Summer "S"7 

FAVORITE SAY: "Don't matter". 

AWARDS: 1st in Hockomock League Golf 

Championship. 

OTHER: To all my friends, thanks for the good 

times. 

FOUND: At a party. 



NAME Lesley Denise Keays 
ADDRESS 1 5 Lafayette Lane. Norfolk 
LIKES: The Beatles, laughing, the ocean, con- 
vertibles, happy endings. 

DISLIKES. Mondays, thunder and lightning, 
boredom, mono. 

AMBITION: To be happy, successful, and 
preferably filthy rich. 

FAVORITE MEM: The Cape. Springsteen 85, 
Horseneck w/Kim, and many more. 
AWARDS Who's Who 

OTHER: Thanks to my family and friends for all 
their support. I love you, Mom! 
FOUND: At KR's or navigating JT's Buick. 




JAMIE Tern Ann Kelley 
JICKNAME: Teeka 

.DDRESS: ~7S Mam Street, Norfolk 
IKES: U2, East Shore Beach, sleeping late, 
lame, S. bad company, being jobless, wild- 
erry, campfires, my buddies, parties, black 
lorvettes 

1ISLIKES: Mrs. Houser, my Camaro. respon- 
ibiiities. breaking down. 

MBITION To pay back my brother for all the 
loney he loaned me! ! ! 

AVORITE MEM: 8/3/8"7, U2, 8~7, touring in 
ie beast, all my summers at East Shore with 
ly buddies 

AVORITE SAY: "You know what I'm saying 
' d! ". "Feeling a little logie" 
ITHER: Good luck to SB. JM. AL. EM. CR. PB, 
.D. RK. KA. CA. PS. NV. I love ya! ! 
OUND: Sitting on the boat, beach watching 
-ie stars with my buddies. 




NAME: Paula Therese Kelty 
NICKNAME: Shorty. Irish 
ADDRESS 86 Woodland Rd. Wrentham 
LIKES: Eric, sleeping late, winning, beautiful 
sunsets, having real friends, fighting w/Jill. 
DISLIKES: Mondays, being jealous, waking up, 
death, two-faced people, being short. 
AMBITION: To make a lot of money and live 
happily ever after trying to understand life as it 
is. 

FAVORITE MEM. Being Color Guard Cham- 
pions, time spent w/Eric. 

FAVORITE SAY "What did you say?". "Leave 
me alone! " 

OTHER: Thanks to all my teachers! Love and 
luck to all my friends! 




NAME Rich Keniston 

ADDRESS 1 "7 Walnut St. Plainville 

LIKES. Girls, parties, heavy metal, cruising, 

money. 

DISLIKES: Waking up. working, snobs. 

AMBITION: To cancel AM radio. 

FAVORITE MEM: High school trail 

FAVORITE SAY: "Don't worry about it" 

FOUND: Around 



NAME: David Killian 

ADDRESS: 9 Valentine Drive. Norfolk 
LIKES Skiing, soccer, travel, winning. 
DISLIKES Double sessions, when Eric comes 
in first, losing to Foxboro. 

AMBITION: To live in Europe and become fabu- 
lously wealthy. 

FAVORITE MEM: Quebec B"7, Spain CTorremo- 
linos). B7. 

OTHER: Model Senate. School Committee 
Member 




AME: Randy M. Kinsman 

DDRESS: 41 Grove St, Plainville 

KES: Pink Floyd, walking the channel. Franco- 

a Notch, getting lost at the Cape. 

ISLIKES: Arrogant locks with bad attitudes. 

iost female cliques, short, round guys with a 

;ngeance. 

MBITION: To be too rich for my own good. 

AVORITE MEM: 9/9/B"7-9"7 . . . 

AVORITE SAY; "It's up to you". 

3UND: Hardly working or working hard. 




NAME Robert Kinsman 
NICKNAME: Rob 

ADDRESS 41 Grove St, Plainville 
LIKES: Quebec nights, carpentry, weekends, 
the final bell 

DISLIKES Quebec mornings, school morn- 
ings, traffic, authority figures. 
AMBITION: To be a wealthy contractor. 
FAVORITE MEM: 6/1 5/B7, Quebec 87. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Yeah!" 
FOUND: Here, there and everywhere 



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NAME: Ten Knell 

NICKNAME: Ka-nell. Peanut 

ADDRESS: 32 Eastside Road. Wrentham 

LIKES: Fridays, Van Halen. my dog. vacations. 

listening to the radio. Celtics. 

DISLIKES: Mondays, rainy days, tests, snobs. 

crowded lunch tables 

AMBITION: To be successful. 

FAVORITE MEM: At Fnendly's w/PJ. KJ. KR. 

CR. TK. GH. and the night KR locked us out of 

the car 

FAVORITE SAY: "I know", "excuse me". 

OTHER: Good luck to Eric. Spam. Btg Gun. 

Roger. Snaps. 

FOUND: Working and listening to the radio. 



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NAME: Kristin Keister 

NICKNAME: Kris, Krissers 

ADDRESS. 65 King James Way, Wrentham 

LIKES: Milton, The Thruster, parties, my 

messy room, beaches, fried n. 

DISLIKES: Being grounded, casts and 

crutches, plans. 

AMBITION: To meet Paul Newman. 

FAVORITE MEM: 1 Oth grade study. Wawpeek 

Spain 

FAVORITE SAY: "Man, behurryup!", "Horrible 

schmorrible". 

AWARDS: History Day "87" 

OTHER To all my friends, no matter what the 

future holds for us, we will always be close. I love 

you guys! Also, thanks for Mr and Mrs 

Genovese for everything 

FOUND: On the phone. 



NAME: Tare Knell 

ADDRESS: 32 Eastside Road. Wrentham 
LIKES Brian, shopping, Fridays, good friends. 
GM's attitude and Bon Jovi. 

DISLIKES: Mondays, grumpy people, football 
games, losing, crowded lunch tables 
AMBITION: To be happy and successful in 
whatever I do. 

FAVORITE MEM: Prom'87, putting 1 1 "crazy" 
people in the Escort, winning the Championship 
at Nesba in B5 

FAVORITE SAY: "I don't know!". "You're SO 
cute!". 

AWARDS: Varsity letter in Band. 
OTHER: Brian, thanks for making our junior 
and senior years unforgettable Good luck Kris- 
ten, you've been a great friend. 





NAME: Michael Kniphmg 
NICKNAME: Mike 

ADDRESS: 50 Miscoe Brook Dr. Wrentham 
LIKES: partying. 

DISLIKES: School, speeding tickets, pink fla- 
mingos. 
AMBITION: To finish rebuilding my Mustang. 



NAME: Melissa Kosowski 

ADDRESS: 340 Park St. Wrentham 

LIKES Rio, Drakkar, NY City, warm weather, 

British accents. George Carlin. our creations 

from the blender. Malibu surprises in a goblet. 

Cheech & Chong w/CS. 

DISLIKES: Mornings, people who never 

change, saying goodbye, getting out of bed. 

AMBITION: To own a club. White Island and to 

be bartender with CS. to take a bus w/CS and 

Cheech and Chong. 

FAVORITE MEM: Montreal 'B7, all the times in 

Florida, NY City "85. illegal driving w/Carolyn. 

shopping and some with CS. Iimo to Boston, 

beaming w/CS. LM. JS. DV. Bon Jovi. George 

Carlin in R|. 

FAVORITE SAY. "Let's get out of here 1 ". 

OTHER: Thanks to CS for all the wild times — 

good luck to MS 

FOUND Spending all my money 



NAME: Diane Kramer 

NICKNAME D. Di 

ADDRESS: 291 Madison St. Wrentham 

LIKES: Keith, smiling. Mustangs, art. 

DISLIKES: Food, school buses, people who 

make fun of my laugh, being bored. 

AMBITION: To always be happy 

FAVORITE MEM: 7/1 4/87. 

FAVORITE SAY: "I don't know" 

FOUND: With Keith. 





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NAME- Joseph Lacourse 
NICKNAME. Joe 

ADDHESS: 57 High St. Plainville 
LIKES: Horseneck. Scones, U2. skiing, hanging 
around with Steve and Tom 

DISLIKES: Boring weekends, having no money, 
report cards. 

AMBITION: To live a healthy and wealthy life. 
FAVORITE MEM 7/4/87. U2 Concert. Grate- 
ful Dead Concert 
FOUND: Hanging around with Steve and Tom. 




NAME: Andre Laliberte 

ADDRESS: 1 7B 1 Est St. Wrentham 

LIKES: Mustangs, skiing, cruising, summer; 

S.C. 

DISLIKES: fickle girls. C. S. , buying gas, math 

AMBITION: To go to college and become 

successful businessman and eventually have t 

family. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer of 87. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Hot". 

FOUND Cruising. 



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ADDRESS: 92 Grove St. Plainville. MA 



NAME; Stacy Latham 
NICKNAME: Spacy. Stace 
ADDRESS: 1 6 Robin Rd. , Norfolk 
LIKES: Challenges, laughing, running, Mike's 
ears. Mr. Blue Eyes, true friends. 
DISLIKES: Buicks. jokes I can't figure out. 
AMBITION: To foUow my dreams and to be the 
best I can be. For number 1 6 to come true. 
FAVORITE MEM: Prom'86, Summer 'B7, time 
spent with the gang. 

FAVORITE SAY: "I'm serious", "Get this". 
AWARDS: Student Leader 1 987, Who's Who, 
MVP Winter Track, MVP Spring Track, High- 
point Scorer, Hock. All-Star 1 986-87, 
OTHER: A special thanks to BW for always 
being there. 40 ft, here we come! 
FOUND: In the Pit. 



•JAME: Kelly Lavallee 

giCKNAME: "Kel". "Kim" 

ADDRESS: Soccer. Gummy Bears, the ocean. 

xustrelian accents. 

DISLIKES: Sprint workouts, losing. Christina's 

Iriving. 

\MBITION: To reach 5 feet. 

AVORITE MEM: Week of 5/14/87 with JC. 
^L, and TL and in sports w/fnends. 

AVORITE SAY: "I'm hungry!", "No lie!" 

vWARDS: Varsity letters and jacket, Who's 

Vho. 

)THER: Thanks for everything, Kim — I love 

ou! 

OUND: Going the wrong way. 





NAME: Lisa Lawler 

ADDRESS: 534 South St. Wrentham 
LIKES: Weekends, sleeping late. WR's. 
DISLIKES: Monday mornings, working, The 
Death Mobile, having to take Julie's keys away. 
FAVORITE MEM: The Cape B7w/JM, LM, RM. 
MM. Good times w/Julie and Jen, Boston Con- 
cert w/JM, CS. ED. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Julie, slow down!" 



NAME: Ruthann Leblanc 
NICKNAME: Ruth. Roofus 
ADDRESS; Freemont St. Plainville 
LIKES: Unicorns, rainbows, good music. 
DISLIKES: Lipoid Nephrosis, bruises, "I don't 
know". 

AMBITION: To stay alive, to get rid of L.N. 
FAVORITE MEM: Time spent with my two fami- 
lies. 

FAVORITE SAY: "You know what I hate?" 
OTHER. Thanks Mr. L for all your help. 
FOUND: Down the street at R.B. and J.B. 's 
house. 




NAME; Kimberly M. Lavallee 
NICKNAME: Kim, Kelly, Bim, Wenz 
ADDRESS: 936 South St 

LIKES: Soccer, Mustangs, The Cape, cinna- 
mon. Khaki, winning. Australians, clowns. 
DISLIKES: Lincoln Mall ST", "On the line", off- 
ramps, yellow and black arrows, lazy froshes. 
AMBITION: To get my car back on the road — 
and keep it there' 

FAVORITE MEM: 9/26/87, all the good times 
with my friends. 

FAVORITE SAY: "G.F.Y. — Did I say it right!?" 
AWARDS: Varsity letters and jacket. Captain 
— Soccer, 3rd place Districts — DECA, Who's 
Who, 3rd place Battlegreen Run. 
OTHER; I'm gonna miss you Christina — thanks 
for bem there! ! 
FOUND: PG's with Kelly and Christina. 




IAME: Mike Lennon 

IICKNAME; Floyd/Johnny 

DDRESS: Medway Branch Rd. Norfolk 

IKES: Airport parties/the bakeryAThe Dead. 

ilSLIKES: Computer Class/getting pulled 

ver. 

MBITION: To leave KP on schedule. 

AVORITE MEM: Dead Show -4th of July 87. 

OUND: At a party. 




NAME: Gary S. Lewicki 
NICKNAME: "Wick" 
ADDRESS: 9 High St.. Plainville 
LIKES: Girls, cars, money, working. 
DISLIKES: not working, not having money, 
snobs. 

AMBITION; To be rich and own my own busi- 
ness. 

FAVORITE MEM: 02/22/87. 
FAVORITE SAY; "Who cares". 
AWARDS; Varsity letter & jacket in Baseball. 
Student of the Month Automotive Dept. . Stu- 
dent of the Term Automotive Dept. . Peer Lead- 
ership. Boys State '87, Advisory Board mem- 
ber, Yearbook '87. 

OTHER: Good luck to Janice. Sonya, and 
Frank. 

FOUND: Working or taking Janice home from 
school. 



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NAME Jeff Lewis 

NICKNAME: Jasper 

ADDRESS: 1 54 Pnscille Ave, Norfolk 

LIKES: Carpentry, parties, The Dead. 2:18 

bell. 

DISLIKES: People who are lame, boys in blue, 

rain. 

AMBITION: To own my own business. 

FAVORITE MEM: AP's with DG. BM. MS, SC, 

and MC 

FAVORITE SAY: "Where exactly is the mark, 

Mark?" 

OTHER: To learn construction and have a lot of 

money 

FOUND Underwater. 



NAME: Allison Lincoln 
NICKNAME: Ablisia. Inky, Abe 
ADDRESS: 93 North St, Norfolk 
LIKES: Walter, Steely Dan, ballet, beaches, 
being lazy, sleeping to all hours of the day, 
vacation in NJ, eating, summer nights. 
DISLIKES: Death, BT's, working, getting up. 
car accidents, snakes, being depressed, get- 
ting in trouble, winter 

AMBITION: To be a professional dancer. 
FAVORITE MEM: The Kinks Concert B"7. 
Horseneck Beach w/RM, SB, TK, prom w/ 
Walter, sneaking out w/Tammy at 1 :00. 
FAVORITE SAY: "If you love something, let it 
go, if it comes back its yours, ifitdoesn't. find it 
and kill it!" 

OTHER: Thanks SB. EM, WH, CR, TB, Mom 
and Dad for putting up with me for all these 
years. 
FOUND: At Dance 




NAME: Todd Lmdmark 

NICKNAME: Dork 

ADDRESS: "7 Brookside Ln. Norfolk 

LIKES Lexia, Sony-A, fast good times, out of 

state trips, school dances, shapely women. 

DISLIKES: Slow drivers, warm beverages, ugly 

women, fat saleswomen. 

AMBITION: To live a true life with wonderous 

pleasures. 

FAVORITE MEM: Ski trip to Quebec B6-'B7 

FAVORITE SAY: "You're right!"'. "Just a little 

bit". 

AWARDS: Varsity letter in Soccer. Who's 

Who. 

FOUND: With a bodacious girl or around the 

town 




NAME: Scott Linehan 

ADDRESS: So. Main St., Mansifield 

LIKES: "Gardening", partys that last till the 

morning. Iron Maiden. 

AMBITION: Money and good times. 

FAVORITE MEMORY: Class trip in Carpentry. 




NAME: Jennifer Little 

NICKNAME: Fer 

ADDRESS: 5 Churchhill Rd. , Norfolk 

LIKES: My friends, music, parties, beaches. 

Motor-X, Karl B's weird sayings. 

DISLIKES Snobs, fast driving, 

AMBITION To be happy at whatever I decide to 

do and survive. 

FAVORITE MEM: Florida w/KL, a-robics w/Lisa 

and Jen, Sodas Point, NYw/Darnn. Laurie's H. 

andmine b-day party. 4-wheelingw/Dave. Karl, 

Adnen, and Damn. Motley Crue Concert. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Say hey baby!" "Sit, man I 

always eat chicken", "Do tell". 

OTHER: Thanks Mom and Dad for always being 

there for me. I love you both. 



NAME Fredric W Longabard 

NICKNAME: Fred 

ADDRESS. 40 Robert Topham Dr., Wren- 

tham 

LIKES: Photography, writing. 

DISLIKES: Snobs, box drills, pop quizzes, 

AMBITION: To own and run a successful 

photography business. After I retire from 

NASA. 

FAVORITE MEM Spam "86". 

FAVORITE SAY "Hi there!". 

AWARDS Varsity letter Track C3). 

OTHER. Spotlight program "B"7". 

FOUND On the docks or behind my beat up 

Nikon 




NAME Domenic Longobardi 

NICKNAME: Dom 

ADDRESS; 360 Main St., Norfolk 

LIKES: ACDC. hockey, blonds, horse racing. 

DISLIKES: 5 30 am hockey practice, having no 

money, snobs. 

AMBITION To be successful in what I do and 

become very wealthy. 

FAVORITE SAY: "What's up?" 




NAME: Brian C. Loughlin 

NICKNAME: Lough 

ADDRESS: <42 Shear St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Haircuts, The Machine, the outdoors. 

DISLIKES; Hitting snowbanks in the van. The 

Day After. 

AMBITION: To live life to the fullest. 

FAVORITE MEM: 12-13-86. The Apartment. 

April vacation "B"7", N.M. "87". 

FAVORITE SAY: "Whatever" 

FOUND: Day dreaming. 



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NAME: Ellen Patricia Loew 
NICKNAME: Ellen, El, Elone 

LIKES: Good friends, good times with Linn and 
Lexie, BC football games, momey, vacations, 
the beach, weekends. 

DISLIKES: Snobs, fights, mornings, Mon- 
days, Jeep's windshield wipers, horn, and 
radio. 

AMBITION: To be happy and successful in 
whatever I do. 

FAVORITE MEM: California B5. Prom 87, day 
after prom, NY 'BS. Bahamas 'B6 and 'B"7. 
FAVORITE SAY: "I'm sorry!". "Isn't that spe- 
cial! " 

AWARDS: Varsity letters and Varsity jacket. 
OTHER: Who's Who. thanks to all my friends 
for being there! Thanks. Mom and Dad! 
FOUND: With Lynn and Lexia at the beach. 



NAME: Kristen Lundy 
NICKNAME: Kritty. Tinny 

ADDRESS: 201 Chestnut St. , Wrentham 
LIKES: Eric, clothes, dancing. Kitties, mixed 
parties, friends worth keeping. 
DISLIKES: Possessed mothers. The Registry, 
PS, people who do thing for attention, hard- 
core deadheads, stress, when friends Qre in 
trouble. 

AMBITION: To be rich and independent, butnot 
alone. 

FAVORITE SAY: "We wanna see people! " 
OTHER: To anybody who is about to give up, 
don't. 

FOUND: Looking for a party with Lolli tor at 
one). 




JAME. Daniel R. Lygren 

JICKNAMES: Danielson, Dan Stone 

.DDHESS: 226 Taunton St. Wrentham 

IKES: Being w/friends. cars, Chinese food. 

oing out, traveling. 

)ISLIKES: Rude people, snobs, gym. 

.MBITION: To be a successful fashion buyer 

Dr big stores. 

AVORITEMEM: 86/87. promw/HS, KJ, SB, 

L, TB. field trip to Museum of Fine Arts w/KC, 

.M. PG. 

AVORITE SAY: "I'm over it." "Grow up". 

ITHER: Yearbook staff, business section. 

OUND: Talking. 





NAME; Laurel Ann Mac Donald 

NICKNAME: Laurie 

ADDRESS: "71 Grove Street. Norfolk 

LIKES; Freedom, TheRologist, good ideas, and 

fries. 

DISLIKES: Fanatics, oglers, sprints, smooth 

brains, and the "Pride Speedy". 

AMBITION: To catch and pass all those who 

started life too fast. 

FAVORITE MEM: The "hotdog" w/M and A. and 

all the times w/J. 

FAVORITE SAY "I don't believe this!" 

AWARDS; Varsity letters and 2nd place in the 

Ben Franklin Art & Essay Contest. 

OTHER; Thanks to the Bubs I made it. 

FOUND: In a state of indecision. 



NAME: Julie Macphee 

NICKNAME: Jewels 

ADDRESS: 10 Rebecca Rd. , Wrentham 

LIKES: White-Russians, sleeping, weekends, 

W. R.. Chinese food. 

DISLIKES: School, blue lights, hangovers, fake 

people, rain, work, people taking my keys. 

AMBITION: To go to college in Hawaii and be 

rich. 

FAVORITE MEM. Down the Cape with L.L., 

M M . L M. , and R. M . during Summer of B~7 

and The Boston Concert with L.L. , C.S.. and 

ED. 

FAVORITE SAY: "So what's tonight, Lisa " 

OTHER: Thanks Mom, Lisa, and Jen for the 

good times. 

FOUND: Sleeping it off. 



NAME: Scott R. Mahady 
ADDRESS: -a*4 Ames Ave. Wrentham 
LIKES: U2, Celtics, patriots, Red Sox, Spring- 
steen, Mustangs. 

DISLIKES: Shaw's, school, Lakers, Bruins, 
Michael Jackson, English. 

AMBITION: To be a successful real estate 
agent. 

FAVORITE MEM: U2 Concert, Mrs. Casper's 
class — jr. year, graduation. 
FAVORITE SAY: "What's up?" 
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IAME: Jamie J. Masterson 

IICKNAME: Fudgie 

DDRESS: 2 Birch Rd. , Norfolk 

IKES: Nichole, Danise. rockclimbing. wind- 

urfmg. creating N.H. with Danise + Darlene. 

a. ha, cruising with Charlie Brown. 

MS LIKES: Fat women, yuppies. Hyundais. 

reps., people who don't deserve good cars. 

ake people. 

-MBITION Hike the Appalachian Trail, bike 

cross the country this summer, marry into 

ioney, have fun. 

AVORITE MEM: 1 985 Oct. 1 1 . '86 Senior 

'rom, Boston with 50 friends from school. 

AVORITE SAY: "What's happening, I see" 

OUND: "In the dark". 





NAME: Jennifer Masterson 

NICKNAME: Jen 

ADDRESS: 1 Truro Rd. 

LIKES. Roses. Dana, blue eyes, beaches, 

weekends, laughs, skiing. 

DISLIKES Flat hair, fake people, work, good 

byes, being confused. 

AMBITION: To be happily married and to own a 

beach house, condo on a ski slope, and to have 

enough time and money to enjoy both. 

FAVORITE MEM: Timew/D.B. andZans. Prom 

'86, 'B7N.H. Skiing "87"Slaing "86" LA. "87". 

FAVORITE SAY: "Cool" 

OTHER: Good luck Zan's and Shanzy. Thank M 

& D. Dana. Zan's and all the guys. I love ya! 

FOUND. With Dana. Zan's. 






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NAME Travis McCally 
NICKNAME Twanger 

ADDRESS: 1 4 Sooth Street. Plamvrlle 
LIKES: Guitar Playing. Jazz, Stangs. Old Vin- 
tage Gibson Guitars. 

DISLIKES Heavy metal, broken strings. 
AMBITION To be phenomenally happy and be a 
professional musician! 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer at Berkley College 
of Music 

FAVORITE SAY "That grooves, man" 
AWARDS; Most Improved Player in Jazz En- 
semble 1 9BB-87 

OTHER Good luck to all my friends 
FOUND: Playing Jazz gigs in Boston. 



NAME Kernn M McDonald 

NICKNAME: Kern 

ADDRESS 54 Boardman St . Norfolk 

LIKES: Laughing, root beer, lollipops, fun w/ 

friends. 

DISLIKES Complaints about my driving, red 

lights, veggies, close calls, MD hating my 

laughs, winks. 

AMBITION: To live in luxury in Australia w/ the 

man of my dreams. 

FAVORITE MEM. 9/26 Monkees w/ Lis, S/22/ 

B7 U2 w/ Jen, Canada trip 4/86 w/ L S B. home 

from Bramtree w/ b. 

FAVORITE SAY "Jenny babes!" 

AWARDS: Varsity letter and jacket 

OTHER. Thanks M & D. best wishes to MD. 

JM, DT, BB, JG, I luv ya guys, thanks for all the 

good times. 

FOUND Driving around Plamville endlessly 




NAME Erin Marie McGill 
NICKNAME Erin 

ADDRESS: B5 King James Way, Wrentham 
LIKES: Make, "wild berries", U2, partying w/ 
friends. 

DISLIKES: The boys in blue, lame parties, get- 
ting up early, fake friends. 

AMBITION: To be extremely rich and live on the 
beach in sunny California. 

FAVORITE MEM All the fun times at 
Horseneck Beach w/ TB. TK. AL, CR. SB. T, 
with KF, Al. driving w/ Liny, 5/1 /B"7 at Dizzy's, 
5/"7/8~7, Madonna Concert w/ Celeste. 
OTHER: Good luck Tammy and Zannes 




NAME Peter Melish 

ADDRESS: 712 East Street. Wrentham 
LIKES: Psychological disorders, violent hard- 
core shows, greenpeace, friends. Star Trek 
DISLIKES: Jocks, yuppies, conservatives, 
white power, top 40, organized sports, pollu- 
tion, klingons, hunters. 

AMBITION: Media correspondent in a foreign 
country. 




NAME DANIELLE K. MERRITT 

NICKNAME: Cashew. Danny Boy 

ADDRESS: 5"7 Myrtle Street, Norfolk 

LIKES Mark's tranny, The Beatles. Russ' 

Mopar, my honeybunkrns. 

DISLIKES: Mark's driving. The Norfolk Center 

Bridge. 

FAVORITE MEM The bikende to gram's w/ 

Annette in the ram. 

FAVORITE SAY: "You're f lappin'l " 

AWARDS: DECA/Districts — 4th Advertising 

and Display States — 1 st place, 4th Oral 

Event, 4th place series finalist 

OTHER: Thanx Russ, Gram, Jean, Mom and 

Dad! 

FOUND In Pans painting street scenes. 



NAME Robert T Mills 
NICKNAMES: Rob 
ADDRESS: 55 Pnscilla, Norfolk 
LIKES: Hockey. Claire, going out with CS, AM, 
TT, KC, WR, TL, soccer, working on cars and 
motorcycles, basketball. 

DISLIKES Getting my picture taken, 4: 3D AM 
hockey practices, English, homework, waiting 
for "7th period to end, watting to see Claire on 
the weekend 

AMBITION: To be happy with life and the job I 
have and to go to college and play college 
hockey 

FAVORITE MEM: 1 0/3Q/B6, 5/16/B7 Fox- 
boro friendly, Kim's parties, Wayne's parties 
FAVORITE SAY "What's up°" 
AWARDS: Unsung Hero. 4 years varsity hock- 
ey and letter and jacket 
OTHER 
FOUND: Playing hockey 




NAME Lloyd Molloy 

NICKNAME: Zoid 

ADDRESS. North St.. Norfolk 

LIKES: My bike, trucks, hypo's shop, partying 

with my brothers, WZLX. 

DISLIKES: Snobby girls, haircuts, police, heavy 

metal. 

AMBITION: To be successful working w/ Dad 

and to own the company someday. 

FAVORITE MEM: Trips to New Hampshire 

OTHER. VICA 3. 

FOUND: 4-wheeling in the mud somewhere. 




NAME: Thomas W Moore 

NICKNAME: Tom, T. Big T 

ADDRESS 5S2 West Street, Wrentham 

LIKES: Baseball, Roger Clemens, politics, 

skiing, U2, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street 

Band, weekends 

DISLIKES: Oliver North, work, perfection. 

AMBITION: Buy the Red Sox and hire myself as 

manager. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Mint." 

FOUND: Searching for DK and BR on Friday 

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NAME Edward Moran 

NICKNAME. Eddie 

ADDRESS: 2 Old Coach Road. Norfolk 

LIKES: Bridget, baseball, Springsteen, dipping. 

DISLIKES: Fighting w/ Bridget, big mouths, 

losing. 

AMBITION: To play for Tom Moore who now 

owns the Red Sox 

FAVORITE MEM: Meeting Bridget 1 1 /5/86, 

Winning Hock. Baseball Championship 6/B"7. E. 

Mass All-Star game [baseball) — 7/1 7/87 

AWARDS: All-League Soccer S Baseball — 3. 

MVP SoccerS Baseball — 3. Capt. Baseball — 

3, -4. Soccer — 4, All-Stars for Sun Chronicle, 

Woonsocket Call. Milford Daily News. Bost. 

Globe 

OTHER: Thanks for putting up with me, Bridget 

— I love you. 

FOUND Bridget's house 



NAME: Eddie Movsessian 

NICKNAME: Eddie Mo 

ADDRESS: 2 Spring St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Parties, hockey, getting "together with 

the boys". 

DISLIKES, waking up. partying outside, 

AMBITION. To be successful, to help MT find 

the right way out of Sullivan Stadium. 

FAVORITE MEM: July 4. 1987 — Grateful 

Deadw/MT, JM. NK. JG. East Orleans with JG. 

NK. JM, Summer of 87 

AWARDS: Unsung Hero — B4 Golf. MVP 86- 

Hockey, Hock. Championship S"7-Golf 

OTHER: Good luck to Lisa 

FOUND: Looking for somewhere to party. 



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JAME: Jason Movsessian 
JICKNAME: Mace 
■DDRESS: 23 Fruit St., Norfolk 
IKES Snowstorms, parties, getting back 
\J C ). sports. 
IISLIKES: A lot. 
-MBITION: To have money. 

AVORITE MEM: Norwood Hospital with M. T. , 
G. 




NAME Amy L. Mullm 
NICKNAME: Aims 

ADDRESS: 16 Mill Brook Dr., Plainville 
LIKES. Being w/ my friends, shopping, unique 
things, the color peach, balloons, flowers, sun- 
sets and sunrises, eating, 5th period hist. jr. 
year. 

DISLIKES: Having nothing to do on the 
weekends, PG, KM's driving and KM's laugh, 
not having a car, waking up at 5:30 AM. FH 
people RC, TD, The GD w/ JS, 4D minute par- 
ties, being called "Spook" 
AMBITION: To live anywhere but here. 
FAVORITE MEM: 6/27/87 — 7/4/87, 9/22/ 
87 5/8/87, 9/11/87, 9/26/B7. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Are you serious?" 
AWARDS: Who's Who, Model Senate. Pres of 
SADD 

OTHER: Thanks for everything, guys and good 
luck to MD. SL. DT. BB. MT. JG. JM. KK. KM. 
JS, PR. PS. JB 
FOUND: Sleeping or w/ my friends 




NAME Gordon Murray 
NICKNAME: Gordie. Gord. Gordo 
ADDRESS 22 Peter Lane, Wrentham 
LIKES Tennis. Cruising w/ Ramone. good 
tunes. Bob & Zip 

DISLIKES: Prejudice, oil trucks, rear view mir- 
rors, no money. 

AMBITION: To be successful and move to 
Florida. 

FAVORITE MEM: Driver's Ed. with KC, 8/1 -8/ 
1 0/S6. Canada w/ KC and RJ 

FAVORITE SAY. "Ramone. it was only an acci- 
dent!". "Hold the phone . .!" 
AWARDS MVP Tennis, Hock. All-Star, 
Chronicle All-Star. Daily News. All-Star. Call 
All-Star, Varsity Jacket and letters. 
OTHER: Thanks Mom and Dad. and RJ. JW. 
JB. KW. SJ — You made it bearable. 
FOUND: broke 



NAME: Maya Nadkarni 

ADDRESS 1 600 Pennsylvania Avenue 
LIKES: Organized chaos, keeping people 
guessing, alternatives, straitjackets, realism. 
DISLIKES: Teen anguish, cliches, stupidity, 
boredom, hypocrites, other people's music, 
wankers. 

AMBITION: To make everyone and everything 
else obsolete. 

FAVORITE MEM: Bruce notes w/ KD. RL B6, 
UK 87, 4/21/B7 

FAVORITE SAY: "I'm not here for your amuse- 
ment. — You're here for mine!" 
OTHER: "To be great is to be misunderstood" 
— Emerson 
FOUND: Being obnoxious w/ KD 




AME: Stephen T. Nelson 

ICKNAME. Steve 

DDRESS: 32 Union St.. Norfolk 

KES: Cars, track, girls. Faulk's class, money. 

ISLIKES: The library, not getting paid. work. 

MBITION: To go to college. 

AVORITE MEM: Graduation, summer vaca- 

Dns. 

VvTJRITE SAY: "Let's see the homework", 

Ve have a test?" 

WARDS: Varsity awards and jacket in winter 

id spring track, capt. spring track 

THER: 

OUND: Asleep or doing homework in 

ameroom. 




NAME Greg Nichols 

ADDRESS 1 8 Everett Street, Plainville 

LIKES: Pink Floyd and most music originated in 

the 1 96D's and early 7D's. 

DISLIKES Yuppies, jocks, conservatives, top 

40 music, the armed forces. 

AMBITION; Not to die in a foreign land in a 

senseless, meaningless war 

FAVORITE MEM; 7/12/7-4 

FAVORITE SAY The rain simply washes away 

created by sunshine. — DL 

FOUND: Wandering aimlessly through the 

dark, empty corridors of life 



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NAME Marci Norton 
NICKNAME Cindy 

ADDRESS: 1 1 Old Taunton St., Plemville 
LIKES Kevin, rain, safety pins, black, astro, 
mercury, chicken noodle soup. 
DISLIKES; Crabby people, red, bugs, humid 
weather, long nails, people who try to hard, 
crowded lunch tables, car payments. 
AMBITION: To become a plaster master. 
FAVORITE MEM: 7/12/B4, DN, MG, GG, SF. 
KL. MD. 5/2/B7 with KT, CH, KN. 7/27-99/87 
Bon Jovi. B/31/B7 w/ KT, KM. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Christopher Columbus" "No 
way. really?" 

OTHER: Thanks to Mrs. Max and Mr. G for 2 
great years in DECA. I'll always remember you. 
FOUND: With Kathy searching for the un- 
known. 



NAME Nathaniel O'Brien 

ADDRESS: 1 2 Old Coach Rd. , Norfolk 

LIKES: Laura, partying, sleeping late, snow. 

DISLIKES: Police stations, homework, rules, 

Southwood Hospital. 

AMBITION. To become President of U.S. 

FAVORITE MEM: NH w/ Laura-Kubhas w/ 

Steve and Jason 




NAME: Mark Olszewski 

NICKNAME: Ozzy 

ADDRESS: 2B Fletcher Street. Plamville 

LIKES: The who, football, the beach. Mr 

Black's class. 

DISLIKES: Losing to Franklin, Goupy. the villa. 

AMBITION To be successful in whatever I 

choose. 

FAVORITE MEM: Times at the beach w/ Bouf. 

FAVOROTE SAY: "Harsh, thanks, no doubt" 

AWARDS: Varsity football letters and |acket 

OTHER: 




NAME: Michael Oppenheim 
NICKNAME: "Mike" 
ADDRESS 32 Berry St.. Plamvtlle 
LIKES: Karen, nice cars, money, karate, boat- 
ing, go out with friends. 

DISLIKES: fake people, when Karen says 
"what", homework. Mondays. 
AMBITION: To become as rich as possible. 
FAVORITE MEM: 4-4-86, Spam "S6". Hawaii 
"87" 

FAVORITE SAY: "What's up." 
OTHER: Good luck to Karen. 
FOUND: With Karen. 



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NAME: Jeffrey M Padula 
NICKNAME; Pasquali 

ADDRESS: 220 Dedham St., Wrentham 
LIKES Exotic cars, golf, driving the "bird" fast, 
Florida, bake shows in the parking lot, cranking 
the stereo 

DISLIKES: People who can't drive, cliquez, 
hangovers, math, losing. 

AMBITION: To get a ride in Karen's white Lam- 
borghini. 

FAVORITE MEM: Horseneck '87 w/ Guido. 
Juggs, norm and tech drawings w/ Kendo (87), 
Boston BB. history 86-87. getting banned 
from Braintree Mall w/ Rob and Butch. 
FAVORITE SAY: "It's casual " 

AWARDS: National Hist. Day, 1984 MVP- 
Golf. 19BB*Hock League All-Star. Golf Hock. 
League Champs, Sun Chronicle All-Star. Un- 
sung Hero. 

FOUND: Driving 1 SO mph in my Lamborghini on 
495. 



NAME David Page 

NICKNAME: Pagie 

ADDRESS: 15 Topham Dr., Wrentham 

LIKES; Jazz, hot fudge sundaes, 78 Nova's, 

justice, friends. Debra Schwartz. 

DISLIKES; Whipped cream, strict parents, 

foolish rules, people without common sense 

AMBITION: To run for president by 200B or to 

get rich early and form a corporation with good 

friends. 

FAVORITE MEM: July 4. 1985. "Habib". camp 

summer '87, August 26, 1 986. 

FAVORITE SAY: "easy psycho" 

AWARDS Louis Armstrong Jazz Award, 

Most Improved Player in Jazz. MVP Marching 

Band 

OTHER: "The far side — that place where all 

good friends meet again, in this life or the next. " 

— Dave Page. 

FOUND: In another universe. 




NAME Doug Palmborg 

NICKNAME: Wharpie 

ADDRESS Fleetwood Drive. Norfolk 

LIKES: Grateful Dead. Mustangs, peace 

DISLIKES: Heavy metal, war 

AMBITION: To go to California to see the 

Grateful Dead 

FAVORITE MEM: July 4th. Sullivan Stadium. 

FAVORITE SAY "I don't know, it must've been 

the roses. " 

FOUND; At a Grateful Dead Concert. 




NAME: Lisa Parmenter 
NICKNAME: "Hey You!" 
ADDRESS: 370 South St., Plamville 
LIKES: Jim, blondes w/ blue eyes. Levi's, Pink 
Floyd, sunsets, ML with Jim. mopars. leather. 
DISLIKES: Ford, red lights, people that drive 
slow, guys that play head games. 
AMBITION: To get married and live a happy lie. 
FAVORITE MEM: Summer of 87 w/ JM, MP, 
RB, 8/10, eggs toss in shop and all the water 
fights. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Well you know!" 
AWARDS 1986 National Congress. "14" 
Norfolk County Awards, excellence m food ser- 
vice '87. 

OTHER: Thanks Laura for all you've done for 
me. Good luck JM. Janice. Mike. Mich. Sheryl. 
and Mona Thank you Mr. B. Mr. C, and Mr T. 
FOUND: With Jim. in my car. 



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NAME: Greg Parsons 

NICKNAME3: Spike 

ADDRESS: 64 Minmichi St.. Plamville 

LIKES: jeeps, weekends, money. 

DISLIKES: being broke, Monday mornings, 

homework, computers. 

AMBITION: To be president of the Reeses 

Peanut Butter Cup Co. 

FAVORITE MEM: Prom '87, Pink Floyd 'B7. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Speak!" 

OTHER: Thanks Mom and Dad. 



NAME: Robert Pelletier 
ADDRESS: 54 Pleasant St. , Plamville 
LIKES: Stephanie, Gornados, hurricanes, par- 
tying till 6:00 AM, working as a super fuzz for 
gray's. 

DISLIKES: Snobs, school, slow drivers, old 
people driving, Mondays, naggers. 
AMBITION: To boldly go where no man has 
gone before 

FAVORITE MEM: April 1 B. 1 984 [MR], Aug. 
15. 1988 CUSN] 

FAVORITE SAY: "That's so politically 
oriented. " 

AWARDS: VICA off icer candidate 1 st runner 
up 

OTHER: VICA state off icer candidate, US Navy 
FOUND: In a car accident or in the Persian Gulf. I 




NAME: Stephen Peloquin 

53 Chestnut. Marlboro 

AMBITION: Autobody 

=AVORITE MEM: Breakfast at McDonald's. 

-OUND: happy. 




NAME Melanie Pettis 
NICKNAME; "Melikins" 

ADDRESS: 222 Arnold Street, Wrentham 
LIKES: London, Phil Collins, Genesis, Jaguars. 
(The Car], singing, dancing, Monty Python. 
going shopping, and Blues Brothers. 
DISLIKES: snobs. Wrentham. undergradu- 
ates, math teachers, ignoramuses. 
AMBITION: To be a lawyer and work with the 
United Nations as a translator or be a famous 
singer. 

FAVORITE MEM: homeroom and M. Norton. 
84-88, surprise party before I left to go to Haiti 
86. history day 88. art 88-87, with SK. LH. 
and SG. Europe SB. 

FAVORITE SAY: "C'est la vie", "Well isn't that 
special " 

AWARDS: Scholarship — singing 
OTHER: Bye KR — I'll miss you! (Mr. Donght), I 
love you Mum 

FOUND: Listening to Genesis, chasing 
gorgeous guys or writing poetry. 




NAME: Jason Pirone 

ADDRESS: 42 East Side Rd . Wrentham ' 
LIKES: Bass guitars, yes, fusion, being worry 
free, making music. 

DISLIKES: Broken guitar cords, TV evangel- 
ists, war, devil bunnies, scumbabies. 
AMBITION: To obtain peace of mind for once in 
my life. 

FAVORITE SAY: Tantaene animis coelestibus 
irae? 

AWARDS: Most Outstanding rhythm player, 
Norwood jazz player outstanding musician 
award, Southeast District Jazz festival 1 987. 



NAME: Jason Porter 

ADDRESS: 22 Maple Street, Plamville 
LIKES: Laura, old Fords with Rat Motors. 
DISLIKES: Not being with Laura, helping Mike 
fix the duster, breaking down speeding tickets. 
AMBITION: To get married to Laura, run my 
'64 Falcon and '67 Cougar own electrical busi- 
ness. 

FAVORITE MEM: 12/17/88, 7/26/87 
FOUND: New England drag away if not with 
Laura. 




\JAME: Brian Paul Michael Rafuse 
NICKNAME: Bundle. Chunky 
ADDRESS: B Pine Tree Dr.. Plamville 
lIKES: food, Archie Bunker, my brother's wal- 
let, being physically fit. 

DISLIKES: Being perfect, the Sth game. GQ 
Magazine, DK's wardrobe. 
AMBITION: To keep looking slim and fit. 
FAVORITE MEM: Watching Barbara B. fall out 
che Nova. 

FAVORITE SAY: "PFFTTSS . " 
OTHER: President of Richard Nixon's fan club. 
FOUND: Chasing Commie Pinkos out of "your" 
backyard! 




NAME- Jason Ratcliffe 

NICKNAME: Rat 

ADDRESS: 1 2 Arbend Circle, Bellingham 

LIKES: females 

DISLIKES: CS, snakes, math, enghsh 

AMBITION: To be a carpenter. 

FAVORITE MEM: Class trips in carpentry B7 

and Oct. 3. 1 986. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Ya, right." 



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NAME: Philip Redfeam 

NICKNAME: "Red" 

ADDRESS: GO Green St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Basketball, stereos. Clapton. 95. 5 on 

Sundays, golf, Elton John. Soul Train. 

DISLIKES: Taking left turns on to 495. no 

money, meet-loaf, curfews. 9/1 1^87. 

AMBITION: To get my senior picture taken 

sometime before May. 

FAVORITE MEM: U2 and Madonna Concert. 

going out with Mud, Topper, Duke. Giff and 

Ippa. 

FAVORITE SAY: "stone-cold busted." 

AWARDS: Varsity letters. Boy's State 

OTHER: Special thanks to my Mom and Dad 

who helped me through some of my tough 

times in HS! 

FOUND: Watching a movie with Mud. Topper, 

Duke, Giff. and Ippa. 



NAME: Kimberly Anne Reid 

NICKNAME: Kim 

ADDRESS: 7 Lafayette Lane. Norfolk 

LIKES: Tennis, smiles, shopping, true friends, 

accents. R & B. 

DISLIKES: Not having common sense, getting 

up early. 

AMBITION: To be successful and happy in life. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summerof"B7", Longwood, 

States "BS". 

FAVORITE SAY: "Steve, you idiot." 




NAME: Priscilla Anne Remhardt 
NICKNAME: Cilia, Cie 
ADDRESS: 1 96 Union St. . Norfolk 
LIKES: Lightning, flowers. Bowie, beaches, bal- 
loons 

DISLIKES: "The Wizard of OZ" and all other 
horror movies. Sunday nights, going shopping 
with no money, when S. R. won't stop talking, 
AMBITION: To follow His plan for me. 
FAVORITE MEM: Ashbumham in summer of 
'B*7, Crackerbarrel Fair 1 984, Christmas Eve 
1986. 

AWARDS: Most improved player. Concert 
Band 1987 

OTHER: Love and luck to D. P. . J. D. S. R. . and 
C. D. you are best! Lots of love and thanks to 
Mom and Dad and Rick. 




NAME: James Ricci 
NICKNAME: Jamie 
ADDRESS 5 Bowdom Dr., Milford 
LIKES: Michelle, money, cars, my job. 
DISLIKES: School, rules, certain people. 
AMBITION: To continue working at EMC. 
FAVORITE MEM: Lee's party. 
FAVORITE SAY: "I want!" 
FOUND: w/ Michelle 




NAME: Mike Rinaldi 
NICKNAME: "Boo-Boo" 
ADDRESS: 89 School St., 



NAME: Celeste Ring 

ADDRESS: 24 Leland Rd. , Norfolk 

LIKES: Chris, using my charge card, laughing, 

being with friends. 

DISLIKES: Messed up nights, snobs, no rides. 

fighting w/ friends. GD. liars. 

AMBITION: To become successful at whatever 

I do. 

FAVORITE MEM: 1 2/27/86, Bowie, U2 '87. 

FAVORITE SAY: "I am not!" 

AWARDS: 3rd Place Districts. Honor Award 

at States In DECA Competitions. 

OTHER: Good luck to CZ. EK and LP- 

FOUND: With Chris. 




NAME: Scott Ritchie 

NICKNAME: Taz 

ADDRESS: 15 Birch Rd.. Norfolk 

LIKES: Parties on the lake, hanging around. 

wrestling, hockey. 

DISLIKES: Hangovers, ignorant girls, cops, 

school. 

AMBITION: To party, to be myself. 

FAVORITE MEM: On the ice with everybody 

partying. 

FOUND: Hanging around. 




NAME: Jennifer Roberts 
NICKNAME: "Nif", "Jen" 

ADDRESS: 75 Warren Street. Plamville 
LIKES: Roy B., Led Zeppelin, partying, tur- 
quoise jewelry. Lamborghini Countach. WZLX 
— classic hit, roses 

DISLIKES: Blue lights, hangovers, rainy days, 
saying good-bye. snobby people, being broke, 
wet moccasins. 

AMBITION: To be happy. Also, have lots of 
money and live where it's warm. 
FAVORITE MEM: Good times with Julie S. Lisa, 
summer of 87, all Plamville parties, being with 
allmyfriends — JM, LL. TW, WL. Al, AD. CS, JL, 
SB. LB. MD. EG. KS. LD. RB. TW 
FAVORITE SAY: "What do you want to do>" 
OTHER: Thanks to all my friends for being there 
for me! Also, to Roy for making me so very 
happy! 
FOUND: With Roy in Woonsocket. 



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NAME: Toni-Ann Roche 

NICKNAME: "Peggy-Sue". "Weirdo"'. "Tone" 
ADDRESS: 9 Kingsbury Road, Norfolk 
LIKES: Stevie Nicks. Art w/ Seen and Jaime. 
Music. "Harley Trucks". Cruisin w/ Cyn. 
DISLIKES: LiBrs. Cheaters. Hyannis Attitudes. 
7/23/B7, Aug. 1 S"76. Ignorance. 
AMBITION: To find the secret value of day- 
dreaming, to figure out why. to photograph the 
world. 

FAVORITE MEM: BonJovi. w/CC. HH. BC, BL. 
BR. Summer of 87w/CC, HVH. and JF/July^th 
weekend S"7. NA Beach S6. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Shure". "Ye gotta love it!" 
OTHER: Thanks for everything Cyn, I love ye. 
Much love and thanks to Dad, Jen, Deve. Kev. 
Ed. Heten. Terry, and Bob. Thanks Mrs. Cam- 
pos — You've made these A years just "pass" 
by! 

FOUND: Working, with Cyn, in my escort, at 
Palatano. 



NAME: Sharon Roderick 
NICKNAME: Yo Yo 

ADDRESS: 1 3 Walnut St. . Rehoboth 
LIKES: People who don't judge others, re- 
membering old times with good the beach, eat- 
ing anything chocolate, checkered bed- 
spreads. 

DISLIKES: Pass at your own risk, punishable 
by law signs, self -centered, chips re-runs. 
AMBITIONS: To be a professional beach critic, 
or a body builder or both but most of all to 
reach 5'5. 

FAVORITE MEM: 9/9/87. Nights at B.H.N.. 
after the football games, driving back road in a 
white Ford exp. 

FAVORITE SAY: "What?!? Amor vincit 
omnia. " 

OTHER: Thanks to all my friends who have 
been there for good times Cand bad). 




JAME: Jason D. Romsey 

JICKNAME: "Roms". "Jay". "Jase" 

.ODRESS: BO East Bacon Street. Plamville 

IKES: Sports, Windsurfing, Martha's 

ineyerd. the beach, friends. ACC. Celtics. 

HSLIKES: Losing, speeding, tickets, fake 

eople. 

.MBITION: To own a house on each of the 

even continents. 

AVORITEMEM: Baseball champs 1987. U2 

oncert 'B"7. my four years in high school. 

WARDS: Var. letters in Baseball. Basketball. 

ootbeis, Capt. . Baseball. Basketball, Football. 

ausch & LOMB Science Award. Social 

tudies Award. National Hist. Day, Who's 

/ho, Hon. Society. 

iTHER: Have a great senior year, you all! 

OUND: Somewhere other than Plamville. 




NAME: Stacy Ann Roos 
NICKNAME: Rooster 
ADDRESS: 59 High St. Plamville 
LIKES: Sports. Teddy Bears, N.C.A. , Cheer- 
leading. Kentucky, shopping. 

DISLIKES: Fake people, goodbyes, making de- 
cisions, redlights, being teased. 
AMBITION: To be happy and successful, to help 
others. 

FAVORITE MEM: Living in Kentucky, 5/1 7/B5. 
OTHER: Thanks to my family for your support, 
and to S.L. . and M.C. 




NAME: Richard F. Ross 
NICKNAME: Rick "Lightning" 
ADDRESS: 

LIKES: Loops, barefoot water skiing, monty 
python skits. ~7~7~? '. stryper. 

DISLIKES: Short hair, war, so-called progress, 
modern day witch hunts, reality, people who 
make waves, narrow minds, majority rule. 
AMBITION: To make Pnscilla the happiest 
woman in the world. 

FAVORITE MEM: X-mas eve B6, my 1 7th 
birthday. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Great spirits have always 
encountered violent opposition from mediocre 
minds". "Keep your toes up!" 
OTHER: "Quick to judge, quick to anger, stow to 
understand. Ignorance and prejudice and fear, 
walk hand and hand." 

FOUND: On the streets of Boston, or dream- 
ing in my own little world. 



NAME: Ronnie Lee Ross 
NICKNAME: Ron 

ADDRESS: 69 Pnscilla Ave., Norfolk 
LIKES: Muscle cars, song writing, writing 
poems, being a DJ, cruizing reverse beach. 
DISLIKES: School, snobs, outdated rules. 
AMBITION: To make it big in the music industry. 
FAVORITE MEM: School dances senior year. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Isn't that special." 
OTHER: Thanks to all my girl friends for helping 
me through hard times. 

FOUND: Producing music in New York and 
following the quest for true love. 




AME: SCOTT ROSS 

ICKNAMES: Dipper 

DDRESS: A3 Myrtle St.. Wrentham 

KES: Kodiak. B.M., A. L. and Nova's. 

ISLIKES: Braces, cigarettes. N.T. doing 

ungs in my car. 

MBITION: To make money, and bust many 

eople. get my braces off. 

AVORITE MEM: L.D. K.W. P.W. B. B. and 

.R. 

AVORITE SAY: "Wanna dip" 

THER: Good luck A. L. B.W. T.F. in life 

OUND: Down C. P. or down K.W. partying. 




NAME: Sharon Ross 

NICKNAME: Sheesh, Chucka 

ADDRESS: 333 Shear St.. Wrentham 

LIKES: Steve, good friends, KC. EV. AH, TM. 

Grover. good times. 

DISLIKES: Snobs, not being able to do what I 

want to do, part-time friends. 

AMBITIONS: To get my license and a job. be 

happily married w/ two kids and a perfect life. 

FAVORITE MEM: July 1 Bth. 1 9B"7. KF's party 

w/ SR. Sept. 20th, 1 987 w/ Steve, summer 

'87. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Pardon us!", "twice" 

AWARDS: 3rd place Districts DECA. 1st place 

States. 

OTHER: Thanks to Kristin, Erik, Andrea and 

Travis for always being there. O wouldn't have 

made it w/ out you guys! I love ya! 

FOUND: W/ Steve, looking for Kleenex. 



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NAME David Rupnecht 
NICKNAME: Dave 

ADDRESS 563 East St., Wrentham 
LIKES: All the pretty girls at King Philip, parties 
at Russell's. 

DISLIKES: Inhouse and smoking in the bath- 
room 

AMBITION: To be a full time resident in out- 
erspace. 

FAVORITE MEM: Automotive sop. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Wow, look at that!" 



NAME Wayne Ryan 
NICKNAME: Slacker 

ADDRESS: 16 Needham St.. Norfolk 
LIKES: Cagiva's. nice legs, fast cars, hare 
scrambles, grateful dead, Oz's. 
DISLIKES: Mustangs, teachers, school, peo- 
ple who tell me what to do, the word spent. 
AMBITION: To run over a crow eating a dead 
animal on the side of the road with my Ferrari 
FAVORITE MEM: Cape Cod Summers. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Later. Dude." 
FOUND: Catching air of a jump on my Cagiva. 




NAME: Torben Rytkonen 

NICKNAME: Torben 

ADDRESS: 30 Deer Run Rd , Wrentham 

LIKES: Food. Sports. 

DISLIKES Homework. 

AMBITION: To be a computer programmer 

FAVORITE SAY: "Ink!" 

FOUND Either at home or at a party. 




NAME: Sean Seam 
ADDRESS. 45 Farm Hill Rd. 



Wrentham 




NAME: Annette Sera 
NICKNAME: Snet 

ADDRESS 12 Tucker Rd.. Norfolk 
LIKES: Tim, true rebels, violent music, sid vi- 
cious, the color black, deep poetry, art. yogurt 
— covered raisins 

DISLIKES: People who judge and society as a 
whole. 

AMBITION: To find a person who truly under* 
stands me. 

FAVORITE MEM Winning at Atlantic City, 
Nantasket w/ Tim, the summer, and especially 
6/27/87. 

AWARDS: National History Day Regional and 
State competitions. 



NAME. Eric Shaw 
NICKNAME: Shawzy 

ADDRESS; S W Bacon St.. Plamville 
LIKES: Kristin, playing hockey, outside parties, 
mside parties better, days off from school. 
driving long distances, varsity season for hock- 
ey, football games and sleeping late 
DISLIKES: Speeding tickets, ignorant cops. 
loudmouths, know-it-all's, 5 AM practices for 
hockey Fightingw/KL. certain people, going off 
the road. 

AMBITION: To play professional hockey and to 
be rich. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Oh! Shut up. Eddie!". "Stop! 
And don't start! " 

AWARDS MVP and sun chronicle all-stars 
junior year for hockey, one of the captains 
seniors year 

FOUND: Looking for parties w/ Kristin Lundy. 
Lori Finley, and Mike Rinaldi. 




NAME Michele D Shaw 

ADDRESS: West Bacon St.. Plamville 

LIKES: Real friends, challenges, vacations, 

going out. 

DISLIKES' Snobs, working, homework, being 

bored, being alone. 

AMBITION: To be a robot programmer. 

FAVORITE MEM: 4/12/87 

FAVORITE SAY: "I know." 

FOUND: With Vinny, 




NAME: Mike Sherwood 

NICKNAME Woody 

ADDRESS: 57 Everett St. . Norfolk 

LIKES: Sunny days, going out, having a good 

time, friends. 

DISLIKES. Mondays, rainy days, snobs, back- 

stabbers 

AMBITION: To be successful. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer of '85 

FAVORITE SAY: "•Well, alright." 



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NAME Christopher Sims 
NICKNAME: Chris 
ADDRESS: 33 Robin Rd. Norfolk 
LIKES: Ferraris, sleeping late, Nascar racing, 
money, Delaware 

DISLIKES: Slow drivers, getting lost, tooth- 
paste that leaks. 

AMBITION: Win the Daytona SCO. 
FAVORITE MEM: 6/10/84, Summer "84", 
"8"7". 

FAVORITE SAY: "What's up^, Don't know". 
FOUND: Sleeping. 



NAME: Theresa Sloan 

NICKNAME: Girl. Aki, Crash 

ADDRESS: 1 1 "73 South St, Wrentham 

LIKES: Dave, good friends, black, animals, art, 

classy designs, satin sheets, chocolate. 

DISLIKES: Yellow, fake people, car accidents, 

school, English, work, speed limits, vegetables. 

AMBITION: To marry Dave, get a new car. to 

make millions w/my own business or to be an 

artist. 

FAVORITE MEM: Every weekend for A years, 

bowling w/DC, KM, WC. AC, weeknights at 

Gram's. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Dave would kill me!" 

OTHER: Good luck to Janice B , thanks to Mrs. 

C for all your patience and help 

FOUND: At Davie's house, sleeping or m Shel- 

donville. 




NAME: Carolyn Smith 

ADDRESS: 405 Bennett St, Wrentham 

JKES Jim, Mustangs GT's, Mazdas. Chaz, 

not tubs, mudslides, Alpine stereos, clothes 

shopping, George Carlm. 

DISLIKES: Being behind slow drivers, getting 

Dulled over w/MK, cold weather, people who 

Dnng you down 

AMBITION: To move to Malibu. California w/ 

Jim and be good at whatever I decide to do. 

r AVORITE MEM: Taking a party bus to the 

3oston Concert. Limo ride to Boston w/MK, 

_M, JS, DV. Saturday shopping w/Mehssa, 

3on Jovi Concert, seeing George Carlm in 

3 rovidence 

FAVORITE SAY: "Sure do!" 

DTHER: Thank you, Jimmy foreverythmg. Hove 

/ou! 

-OUND Somewhere w/Jim. 




NAME. Sherry Spencer 
NICKNAME. Sha 

ADDRESS 20 Shore Dr. Wrentham 
LIKES: People w/a sense of humor, Elton John, 
Corvettes, partying. The Cape, Jams Jopltn, 
Miles Ahead. 

DISLIKES: The New Wave, computers, cruel 
people, ignorance, onions, busy signals, wait- 
ing, preps, getting up early. 

AMBITION To go into advertisement or 
fashion, to win a 1 364 Stingray Corvette 
FAVORITE MEM: Boston Concert, freshmen 
year, at The Cape. Mr. G's w/LB, LF, MD 
FAVORITE SAY: "Don'tworry aboutit", "What- 
ever". 

OTHER: Thanks Laura, Lisa, B. Melissa, for 
making these four years the best. Good luck to 
the Class of '88! We finally made it! 
FOUND: In Jamaica 




NAME: Eric Spink 

ADDRESS: 5 Bigelow PI.. Norfolk 
LIKES Skiing, sailing, football, traveling, Friday 
nights with DK. JR. TL. 

DISLIKES: Losing, shy girls, Mondays, broc- 
coli, Franklin, soccer. 

AMBITION: To make my first million by the year 
2000. 

FAVORITE MEM: April '87 at Las Costa De Sol 
in Torremdinos with DK 
FAVORITE SAY: "Hey. faggot" 
AWARDS Football Varsity letters. Who's 
Who, First Place Hist. Day. 

OTHER Good luck in your senior year, Jen. 
FOUND On the slopes. 



NAME Abigail W. Stevens 
NICKNAME: Abby 

ADDRESS: 36 Forest Grove Ave. Wrentham 
LIKES: Violent femmes. Aerosmith. 
psychedelic furs, The Beatles, winter, art, 
Drama Club, David Bowie, coming into school 
late. 

DISLIKES: snobs, people who don't wear 
deodorant, vanity, humidity, lint, static cling, 
drawing the library, forgetting my lines, dances 
w/live bands 

AMBITION: To do the best and be the best in 
whatever I decide to do as a career 
FAVORITE MEM: Summer of 'B6. Christmas 
'86, going to Boston w/SH April A. 1 387 
FAVORITE SAY: "No way!". "Otay". "I'm se- 
rious". 

OTHER: Thank you to my parents for their 
support and good advice, SH for always being 
there for me, and good luck to AS. MG. OK. 
MD. KSA. SH. 
FOUND Eating Dontos. 




SIAME Hope E. Stuart 
MICKNAME: "Hopie" 

ADDRESS: 2A Hunter Ave. Norfolk 
JKES: Australia, Benetton clothes, gold, 
acting, guys with charisma, teddy bears, hugs. 
DISLIKES: Snobs, people who drive slowly, tak- 
ng the bus when I don't have my car. 
AMBITION: To become the best at whatever I 
do. to attend Wellesley College, and be happy 
=AVORITEMEM: Boston Concert. August 21 
*// KD. JR, SC. The Prom. Sept. 1 8, 1 987, 
=^AZ 86. Rolling Ridge 
FAVORITE SAY: "Oh. No'" 

AWARDS: Excellence in Graphic Communica- 
tions. Benjamin Franklin Essay Award winner 
FOUND At the beach or in Australia at Rolling 
Ridge 




NAME Maria J Suarez 
NICKNAME Maria 

ADDRESS: AA Lawrence St. Norfolk 
LIKES: Swimming, volleyball, bowling, reading, 
traveling, meeting new people. 
DISLIKES Cooking, sitting still, Studying 
AMBITION: Go to university in Spam 
FAVORITE MEM My family and friends in Bil- 
bao [Spain) 

FAVORITE SAY. "Doesn't matter", "Whathap- 
pened' 5 " 

AWARDS For swimming. 
FOUND With my friends in Spam 



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NAME Patrick J. Sullivan 

NICKNAME Sully, Sulldog 

ADDRESS 55 Oxbow Drive, Wrentham 

LIKES- Karen, partying w/Gerry and Storm, 

winning, Teotrc w/Little Kennedy, Hendrix 

DISLIKES: Bad knees, blue lights, getting 

caught, Ho's, Mondays, Franklin, cliques. 

speeding tickets, losing, blue rabbits, being 

lost. Saturday and Sunday mornings 

AMBITION To be of age. 

FAVORITE MEM: B/3/B6, The Cape w/KC, 

Prom B6 and B"7 w/Karen Winning Hock 

League Champ in Baseball. 8"7. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Huh?", "What?" 

AWARDS: Boys State B7. 

OTHER: Thanks to Pam for being my pal for A 

years. Good luck to GB. TG. EM, MT, JG. BL 

FOUND: Partying w/Bendog, Stormy and 

Grades. 



NAME Pamela A. Swantak 
NICKNAME. Pam 
ADDRESS 9 Ware Dr. Norfolk 
LIKES Sylvester Stallone, laughing, being w/ 
Jack and Alex. R/M. The Embassy, Jermaine. 
Bonfires, Stevie Nicks. 

DISLIKES: The doctor, blue lights. Rt. 1. blue 
vans, bumps on my head, LP's dock, chocolate 
chips 

AMBITION: To move to Jamaica w/Nicole and 
own a hotel 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer of 86, R/M w/ 
Beanz. trip to Ricky Point, Funnel Night wTH, 
JG. DP. BR. BB. Stevie Nicks at Great Woods. 
Myrtle Beach w/Beanz. 

AWARDS: 1st prize in the Funnel Contest. 
OTHER. Thanks to Nicole, Tracey, Jill for al- 
ways being there and to Pat for being my neigh- 
bor for A years. Good luck to Karen Donnelly. 
GD. CA. TK, JC. EM, MT, f=>H, JM, BT 
FOUND: Baking w/ the girls. 




NAME Michelle Anne Tardiff 
NICKNAME. Re-Tardiff. Shellby. Mike 
ADDRESS: P.O. Box 726, Wrentham 
LIKES: Steve C , being with friends, parties, 
skipping, telling Barbra P.T. 

DISLIKES: School, two-faced people, waiting 
for Steve to show up. Brian's mouth. Lisa & 
Laura telling me what's right S wrong. 
FAVORITE MEM: T. P. Laura in F.S., water 
fight in foods, egg toss in shop 
FAVORITE SAY "We already did that". 
OTHER: Thanks Lisa S. Laura for everything, 
thanks for everything Janice. 
FOUND: Up town with Steve. 





NAME: Deborah Taylor 
NICKNAME: Debbie 

ADDRESS: 3 Horseshoe Dr. Plainv.lle 
LIKES. U2. being w/my friends, shopping. 
DISLIKES: Flashing blue lights, making deci- 
sions. 

AMBITION: To find the other side. 
FAVORITE MEM: 2/20/87, 9/22/87. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Oh my God 1 ", "Now which 
way?" 

OTHER: Thanks to my family for their love and 
support, good luck to MET. KK, MD, AM. KM, 
JG. hope Mary Ellen learns her right and left! 
FOUND: On the side of the road with a 
policeman. 



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ADDRESS: 1 5B North St , 



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NAME: Arthur Tedeschi 

NICKNAME: Art. Artie 

ADDRESS: 75 King James Way 

LIKES: Roger Waters, primal screams. 

drums, classic hits, mind control, rush, 

ture Double Feature. 

DISLIKES: Yuppies, Smurfs, pessimists. 

music. 

AMBITION: Move to LA to create F X. with B2 

and TS. 

FAVORITE MEM: Roger Waters. 12/15/85, 

time spent with MS, CZ, PM, EK 

FAVORITE SAY: "Evil will always triumph over 

good, because good, is dumb". 

AWARDS: F X. Artist, Drummer of the Year. 

OTHER: Good luck Charlie Brown (Peter M.) 

FOUND: On the dark side of the moon. 





NAME- James Teixeira 

NICKNAME Jamie 

ADDRESS: 30 Berry St. Plamville 

LIKES: Skiing, running, dances, driving, 

DISLIKES: Snobs, homework, term papers. 

exams. 

AMBITION. To be successful and have fun 

doing it. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Whatever" 




NAME Mary Ellen Teixeira 
NICKNAME: Mare, Mere. Nightmare 
ADDRESS. 30 Walnut St, Plamville 
LIKES: Beaches, parties, GB's. RB, Beach 
Boys, punch buggies. 

DISLIKES: OT's driving, rumors, snobs, stran- 
gers in DT's house. 

AMBITION: To do something without being told 
to do it first! 

FAVORITE MEM: 10/31/8G. February 1 S87. 
movies with SL. AM. DT, MD. KM. Billy Idol 
Concert. Beach Boys Concert. 
FAVORITE SAY: "That's wicked cool!". "He's 
sooo cute! " 

AWARDS: DECA Districts and States, 
National History Day. 

OTHER: Good luck and special thanks to EVH, 
TR, AM. MD. KM. DT, KK. JG. and SL. Thanks 
for everything Mom and Val! Love ya all! 
FOUND: Anywhere talking about guys! 



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NAME. Bridget Lee Thebenge 

NICKNAME: Bridge, Bribby 

ADDRESS: 1 34 Seekonk Sc , Norfolk 

LIKES: The ninth row, Italians, brown eyes, 

hockey games, "bargains", partying with the 

regulars, laughing. 

DISLIKES: Liars, mini skirts at filenes w/ BD. 

S/P, IQOPSCandDS Lisa's feet, rumors, the 

note. Tana's driving, 95N-NH/Mameat 1 2 AM. 

AMBITION To convince ST's parents that she 

belongs down here with us. 

FAVORITE MEM : Georgie. 6/28/86, B/9/86, 

concerts at Great Woods, the rabbit. Grateful 

Dead w/ JC. BD. KF and LM Escaping from 

BSEC w/ KF. BD. JC. KF! TN w/ K and S. 

FAVORITE SAY "I never laughed so hard in my 

entire life". "Brian, shut up 1 " 

AWARDS: Varsity letter and jacket. 

OTHER: Thanks Mom and Dad — I love you. 

Good luck to "the boys", PS. NV. TH, JG 

Thanks for everything JC, LM and BD — You're 

awesome! 

FOUND Looking for a place to party 



NAME: Robert Thomas 
NICKNAME: Rob 

ADDRESS: 1 O Colonial Way, Plamville 
LIKES: K.S., Ferraris, obnoxious people. 
skiing, windsurfing, blue eyes, vuarnets, 
money. 

DISLIKES Moods, people who can't dnve, hav- 
ing no cash. 

AMBITION: To be a successful lawyer, and own 
my own Ferrari. 

FAVORITE MEM: Rrom '87, summer '87, 1 1 f 
1 4/86. 

FAVORITE SAY, "I didn't do it." 
AWARDS: National History Day Regional Com- 
petition. 

OTHER: ThankstoMom, Dad. Kiki, andKnsten 
for putting up with me! 
FOUND: Borrowing money. 




•JAME: Jennifer Thompson 

sllCKNAME: Jen 

ADDRESS: 244 Mam St., Norfolk 

.IKES: Laughing, being with friends, shopping, 

Spain, blue eyes 

DISLIKES: Rain, Monday mornings, getting up 

iefore twelve, getting lost in the rain with LA. 

ieing broke, "ham" 

vMBITION: To find the way home from brain- 

ree, to be healthy, happy and filthy rich. 

AVORITE MEM: Spain, summer 'S7, surfing 

yith LK. 2/14/B6. S/20/87 

vWAHDS: Who's Who 

JTHER Thanks to LK. KR. TC. and LA for being 

uch good friends. Muvyaguys! Good luck to the 

lass of "88. 

OUND: Lost on the highway 






NAME: Kieran Elaine Thomson 
NICKNAME: Kerry 

ADDRESS. 1 12 Union St., Norfolk 
LIKES: Kevin, teddy bears, jelly bean, soccer 
(occasionally), softball, basketball, sleeping, 
and watching Mel desperately try to defend 
himself against "quarter jokes" 
DISLIKES' Sprints, "rotating the dressings", 
works, asthma, Foxboro's soccer team, dou- 
ble sessions, sunburns, being overtired 
AMBITION: To be a medical technician spe- 
cializing in forensic medicine and to make Kim 
Reid swear |ust one 

FAVORITE MEM: 4/30. jr. and sr. year. 1 st 
soccer goal 

FAVORITE SAY: "Hi guys!". "Can I use your 
homework'?". "Don't worry about it! ", "What's 
the matter, Kev 9 " 

AWARDS: Mass. foreign lang. Board of Direc- 
tors Award for excellence in German, 3rd place 
in National Hist. Day. "7 Varsity Letters. 
OTHER: Best of luck to the Class of 88 and the 
rest of KP High [especially Mel . you're gonna 
need it), and all my love to Kevin for sticking with 
me through the good times and the bad 
FOUND: With Kevin Gibson, at work, or on a 
soccer field. 




NAME: Joe Deforge 

NICKNAME: Joe 

LIKES: Cars/Full Tanks 

DISLIKES: School. Cars that don't run. 

AMBITION: To get a good job. 

AWARDS: Student of the mo nth/ Automotive 



NAME: Matthew Till 

NICKNAME: Matty Baby 

ADDRESS: 6 Rhodes St. 

LIKES: Old Mustangs, going out every night. 

DISLIKES: Forgetting to do homework 

AMBITION: To rebuild a '66 Mustang 

FAVORITE MEM: 5/23/8B. summer of "87". 

FAVORITE SAY: How ya dotn? 

AWARDS: Golf 3.4 letter and jacket. 




IAME. Mike Treeful 

JICKNAME: "The Stick" 

.DDRESS: 96 Boardman Street, Norfolk 

IKES: Jill, going out partying with the boys. 

raduating. 

JISLIKES: Police, waking up for school, loud 

iris, inhouse, going school shopping 

.MBITION: To party at EM's house. 

AVORITE MEM: Bringing JM to Norwood 

lospital with TG. Neil Young Concert, golf 

arting in Franklin, party at Loughlin's April '87. 

AVORITE SAY: "Where we gonna party?!" 

.WARDS: Letter and varsity jacket. 

)THER: Good luck to EM, JM, PH. TG. and rest 

f them. 




NAME: Stephen Twitchell 

NICKNAME: Steve 

ADDRESS: 396 Sheart St., Wrentham 



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NAME: Jennifer L. Van Metier 
NICKNAME Jen 

ADDRESS A Chicadee Drive. Norfolk 
LIKES New Jersey, smiling, keeping in touch, 
being with friends, family, optimism 
DISLIKES; Saying goodbye, rainy days, 
grumps. peas. 

AMBITION: To have a happy family and a suc- 
cessful career 

FAVORITE MEM; Karate Kid II. Band Camp 
1986. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Smile!" 

AWARDS: Varsity letter, band, concert band 
rookie of the year 1 9B7 
OTHER: 
FOUND: with the band 



NAME Nicole Vaphiades 

NICKNAME. Nicky 

ADDRESS: 1 6 Navgatuck Avenue. Norfolk 

LIKES. Passing cars, porches, weekends, 

skung, money, being with friends. 

DISLIKES: Saabs, Mondays, responsibilities. 

the doctors, and paddy wago 

AMBITIONS: To be rich, happy and successful. 

To own a porsche. To find the mushroom. 

FAVORITE MEM: New Years eve. 5/1 5/87, 

dead concerts. 

FAVORITE SAY; Yikes, check this out! 

OTHER: Good luck to everyone. Thanks for all 

the laughs and good times Trace and Jill Also, 

good luck to the who knows. 

FOUND: Partying w/ Pam Trace and Jill 







NAME Laura Venteroso 
ADDRESS. 22 Maple St.. Plamvllle 
LIKES: Jason. Jasons Falcon. Money. MTV 
DISLIKES: Not being with Jason, waiting, not 
having money, two-faced people 
AMBITION: To marry Jason. 
FAVORITE MEM: Dec 17, 1986, July 26 
OTHER: Good luck with everything Jan. (espe- 
cially with Joe 1 ) I love you you! 
FOUND: With Jason. 




NAME: Ralph Verna 

NICKNAME: Ralphie Boy 

ADDRESS: 234 Forest Grove Ave. . Wren- 

tham 

LIKES; Being put on hold, busy signals, 

grandma drivers. 

AMBITION: To get married, have children and 

live happily ever after. 

FAVORITE MEM: Summerof'85, semi-formal 

w/ Janice. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Yup" 

FOUND: At concerts or on mirror lake. 







NAME: Erik F. Vonhausen 
NICKNAME: King Penguin 
ADDRESS: 45-4 Hancock St., Wrentham 
LIKES: Fast cars, shiny shoes, good food, ex- 
pensive things, ski weekends, DECA competi- 
tions, bike racing. 

DISLIKES: People with no sense of humor, ex- 
pensive things, being used by a friend, love 
games. 

AMBITION To go to college, become a suc- 
cessful businessman, to make mucho dinero. 
to be happy w/ my life 

FAVORITE MEM: Summer of B7, RAZ '86, 
DECA B6-BB. New Orleans April 87. pushy 
women. 

FAVORITE SAY: "Aye. caramba!" 
FOUND: In the thick of things. 



NAME Derek Wazan 

ADDRESS: 1 2 Fleetwood Dr. . Norfolk 

LIKES: Cars, bad company. AC-DC. partying. 

DISLIKES. No money, inhouse. lame parties. 

AMBITION To be a carpenter. 

FAVORITE MEM: Darren V and Walter H. . 

summer of '87. 

FAVORITE SAY: Billy Lynick — "Let's be the 

chuggm' kids. " 

FOUND: Partying, 




NAME John Webster 
NICKNAME Jay. Webby 

ADDRESS: 277 Hancock Street. Wrentham 
LIKES: My car, track, pizza, the roadrunner, 
sailing, pt bulls, polo, and Hawaii. 
DISLIKES. Rudeness, punk rock and Lawrence 
Welk. blind authority, politics, war. radar 
AMBITION: To circumnavigate the globe sail- 
ing, race m America's cup. 

FAVORITE MEM: Mornings when the car 
starts. 9/B7 

FAVORITE SAY; "Trust me" 

AWARDS: Track MVP, All-Star Roster, rank- 
ed 1 Oth in State . several road races, an "A" m 
German 
FOUND: running. 




NAME Karen E Wessmger 

ADDRESS: Timberlme Dr. . Norfolk 

LIKES Sir-laugh-a-lot. laughing, good times w 

good friends, sleeping in. lazy, rainy Sundays. 

the beach, sunshine, Italian food, floordancmg. 

DISLIKES: The bus, hotdogs. hypocrites. 

arguing, losing, having no money, seafood. 

snakes, saying goodbye, sad memories 

AMBITION: People calling me "Gidget"' To get 

a good education and to be successful and 

happy in life. 

FAVORITE MEM: Prom '87 and 5/16/87. 

Summer of '87 

FAVORITE SAY; "What?". "Fine!", "You're so 

queer, Kim!", "Take a pill". "Give me ..." 

AWARDS: Most improved tennis. "86. Unsung 

hero field hockey, '86. 

OTHER; Best of luck to Sam. KC. BB. LH, DS, 

RT, DD. I love you all. Thanks Mom and Dad. 



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NAME: Patricia M. Wiese 

NICKNAME: Tnsh 

ADDRESS: 5"7 Hawes St.. Wrentham 

LIKES: Todd B, my exp, weekends, TB's chevy. 

Friends, Led Zep, music, WZLX, green backs, 

family. 

DISLIKES: Red lights, wet moccasins, being 

broke, saying goodbye. 

AMBITION: To stay happy w/ Todd and make a 

lot of money. 

FAVORITE MEM: 2nd week of Aug. 'B6w/TB, 

Jo, Jr. 

FAVORITE SAY: "What do you want to do?" 

OTHER: Thanks Mom and Dad, Todd B, Ray W, 

John A. 

FOUND: W/ Todd Bellavance. 



NAME: Joanie-Lyn Woodman 
NICKNAME: Peanut 

ADDRESS: 37D West St., Wrentham 
LIKES: My parents, California, being with 
friends, NH, Maine, JK. VT, auto and drag- 
racing. 

DISLIKES: Mornings, no money, Monday. 
AMBITION: To do the best in my career 
FAVORITE MEM: Summer of 'B"7 w/ JK in CA. 
'86 in NH. 

FAVORITE SAY: "What!". "I know". 
FOUND: Working. 




3EDRICK WOOD 

ICKNAME: Rick 

DDRESS: 296 Chestnut St., Wrentham 

<ES: Parties, Iron Maiden. 

SLIKES: Snobs, school, andnosmokebreak. 

VtBITION: To go in the navy and attack the 

aniens. 




NAME: Van Hoang Vo 

ADDRESS: 1 B Horseshoe, Plamville 

LIKES: To play sports, to have a lot of friends. 

go out, have some fun, like to work. 

DISLIKES: People who bother me, and the 

courthouse. 

AMBITION: Become engineer or machinist to 

do the best I can. 

FAVORITE MEM: To all who I like, teachers and 

friends. 

FAVORITE SAY: '■What" S. "Give me the 

money. " 

FOUND: Somewhere different. 




AME: Gregory Michael Turner 

ICKNAME: Greg 

DDRESS: O Senecca St.. Norfolk 

KES: Music, surfing, cars, parties, girls. 

ISLIKES: Getting up early, cops, being broke, 

londays, being depressed, being bored. 

V1BITION: To go California and decide from 

lere. 

a^VORITE MEM: When I met Kelly! I! 

^VORITE SAY: "How's it going?". "I'm outta 

3re. " 



NAME: Geoff Zassenhaus 
NICKNAME: "Zass", G-Off 
ADDRESS: B Pennacook St. , Norfolk 
LIKES: Nice people, creativity, ingenuity, hon- 
esty, life, •peace, intelligent conversation, 
monty python. Star Trek, laughing. 
DISLIKES: Violence, machoism, femmicism, 
facism, being late, bragging, racism, hatred, 
high school football tradition. 
AMBITION: To make the world better for 
society, live out my life w/ a person I really love. 
Money is no object. 
FAVORITE MEM: Summer 'B"7. 
FAVORITE SAY: "Intense" 

FOUND: Listening to rush, watching Star 
Trek, drinking milk. 



NAME: Keith Shaw 

NICKNAME: 

ADDRESS: 1 5S West Bacon St. , Plamville 

LIKES: Beach, Beatles. Stones, Crosby Stills 

Nash and Young. 

DISLIKES: Monday, having no money 

AMBITION: To own my own welding business. 

FAVORITE MEM: Wendy's Toga party. 

FAVORITE SAY: "You gotta love it!" 

FOUND: Fuller's dam. 




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We, the class of 1 988, began our high school years in September of 1 984 under the leadership of Geralding 
Doyle — President, Jennifer Masterson — Vice President, Tricia Lamb — Secretary, and Tina Lanteigne — Treas- 
urer. 

"Stairway to Heaven" was the theme of our Freshman-sophomore Ballroom on March 30, 1 985. Tracy Hall and 
Jill Gallagher were chosen as members of the court. 

With the help of Mrs. Viles-Bachman, we struggled through the construction of our float, which was built at 
Deanna Cooper's house. Unfortunately, our Indian collapsed and we came in last place! 

Our Easter candy Sale was not very successful, buy being new at fundraisers, we weren't surprised. President — 
Geralding Doyle, and Vice President — Jennifer Masterson were joined by two new officers: Jill Carlson — Secre- 
tary and Sarah Tierney — Treasurer. 

Our sophomore year looked more promising than the last. Our float, again constructed at Deanna Cooper's 
house, took second place. With the help of Miss Strekouras, the sales of calenders and St. Patrick's Day car- 
nations helped build up our treasury. In March of 1 986, the Semi-Formal, "Faithfully", was held at Coachmen's 
Lodge in Bellingham. Representing our class was queen, Jennifer Masterson, and her court, Katherine O'Connell 

Junior class officers: Brian Loughlin — President, Jennifer Masterson — Vice President, Jill Carlson — Secre- 
tary, and Bronwyn Donahue — Treasurer were advised by Miss Figuerido. Although our magazine and record sale 
was a flop, our Valentine's Day dance added not only enthusiasm, but also several dollars into our treasury. Our 
prom, "We've got tonight", was held at the Sheraton-Mansfield in May of 1 987; our court was again Jennifer 
Masterson and Sonya Hoyle. 
For the first time, our class tied for first place in the Class Competition Cnobody has to know it was a three-way 

September, 1 987 — the beginning of the end — our senior year. The returning class officers: Jennifer Master- 
son — Vice President, and Jill Carlson — Secretary, were joined by a new President, Doug Berry, and a new 
treasurer, Tom Moore. Miss Figuerido continued as our class advisor and helped with our float, "O A. Tigers roar 
as K. P. Warriors score", which came in second place. Although the football team was defeated by Oliver Ames, we 
never lost our faith. Our Homecoming Queen was Carla Axberg and accompanying her as the court were Jennifer 
Masterson and Stacy Latham. They all looked very beautiful. 

Leading our spirits during the Thanksgiving Holiday was our bonfire, built by the seniors, on November 25, 1 987. 
The Senior class supper, held on March 3, was a big success; we had a hypnotist and pizza was served. 
As a final memory, the Junior-Senior prom was held on May 2D, 1 987 at Demitri's Red Snapper Restaurant in 
Foxboro. 

As we leave King Philip with our diplomas , along with many memories, we should keep in mind that "The Class of 
'88 was, and still is the best!!" 

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VICE PRESIDENT — JEN MASTERSON 
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THE CLASS OFFICERS FOR THE SENIOR CLASS OF 
1 BBS WENT THROUGH MANY TRIALS AND 
TRIBULATION IN SEARCH FOR A PERFECT PLACE 
FOR BOTH THE PROM AND THE CLASS TRIP. BUT 
UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF DOUG BERRY, 
PRESIDENT. AND HIS EXECUTIVE BOARD INCLUD- 
ING JEN MASTERSON VICE PRESIDENT, JILL 
CARLSON SECRETARY. AND TOM MOORE 
TREASURER, THEY SOON CAME TO A PERFECTLY 
PLEASING DECISION. THESE OFFICERS WORKED 
WHOLE HEARTEDLY WITH THEIR VERY UNDER- 
STANDING ADVISOR, MISS FIGUREDD. THEIR 
PROJECTS INCLUDE ACTIVITIES SUCH AS 
DANCES AND SUPPERS. THESE VERY TALENTED 
LEADERS AIDED IN PRODUCING A VERY 
SUCCESSFUL AND EXCITING YEAR. NICE JOB 
DOUG AND THE BOARD — YOUR FELLOW SENIORS! 



KIMMO KALAJA 
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DENMARK 

THE STUDENTS AT KING PHILLIP ARE HAPPY TO HAVE HAD THE 
CHANCE TO SHARE ONE YEAR WITH THESE EXCHANGE 
STUDENTS. NOT ONLY DID THEY HAVE THE CHANCE OF A A LIFE TIME 
TO LEARN AMERICAN CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS, BUT THE KP 
STUDENTS ALSO HAD A CHANCE TO LEARN THE CUSTOMS AND TRADI 
TONS OF THESE FOREIGN LANDS. IT WAS A LEARNING OF WHICH BOTH 
SIDES FOUND THAT THEY HAD SOMETHING TO GIVE OR SOMETHING TO 
LEARN. AMAZINGLY EVEN THE TEACHERS FOUND THAT THEY BENEFITTED 
FROM THESE STUDENTS. KING PHILLIP WOULD LIKE TO THANK SONJA EGGERS, 
MARIA SUAREZ. MARIA ZUFIA, KIMMO KALAJA. AND TORBEN RYTKONEN FOR EN 
RICHING THEIR LIVES AND GIVING THEM SOME CHERISHABLE MEMORIES. WE WILL ALL 
MISS YOU!! THANKS!!!!!! 




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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: 

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FAVORITE SUBJECT: Language C60 a /a), Art C20 a /o], and study C20 a /oD. 
FAVORITE BANDS INCLUDE: U2, The Beatles, Rush, Whitesnake, 

and The Grateful Dead. 
FAVORITE COLOR: Blue (6Q q /d], Black C20 a /oD, and Red C20°/oD. 
Pepsi is the favorite of BO°/d of you, with Coke only 4Q°/d. 
FAVORITE SPORTS: Football C<40 a /o], Basketball C4D a /cO, and Skiing 

C20 a /o]. 
FAVORITE TV SHOWS INCLUDE: MTV, Cheers, Family Ties, and 

Monday Night Football. 
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FAVORITE SUBJECT: Language C40°/oD, Art C20°/o], Gym (20%), and 
study C20 Q /o]. 

FAVORITE BANDS INCLUDE: U2, Billy Idol, The Grateful Dead, Fleet- 
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FAVORITE COLOR: Black (40°/o], Blue C40 a /o], and Red C20 a /o). 

Pepsi is the favorite of 60°/o of you, with Coke only 40%. 

FAVORITE SPORTS: Basketball C40°/ ], Football (40 a /oD, and Skiing 
C20°/oD. 

FAVORITE TV SHOWS ARE: Cheers, Nightcourt, and MTV. 

Work? 60°/o of you have after school jobs. 

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r AVORITE SUBJECT: Language C6D a /oD, Health C2D D /o], and Gym C20°/d]. 

z AVORITE BANDS INCLUDE: U2, Whitesnake, Billy Idol, The Beatles, and Pil. 

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=AVORITE SPORTS: Basketball (4D°/q], Football C20 D /o), Soccer C20 a /o], and Gym- 
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=AVORITE TV SHOWS ARE: The Cosby Show, Growing Pains, and Cheers. 

vA/ork? 20°/o of the Class of '91 have after school jobs. 

iA/hen you're hungry, 6D°/o of you head for McDonald's, while the rest of you prefer 
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came to King Philip. In a multif aceted 
program of interviews and performances, 
King Philip and the Soviet Union participated 
in an all-day cultural exchange. 

The program "Making Music Together" 
brought 2B5 Soviet artists to the United 
States, King Philip was one of the 1 B high 
schools in Massachusetts chosen to partici- 
pate. 

Five Soviets, including a dancer, two illu- 
sionists, a composer, and a singer 
performed for students throughout the day. 
In addition, two American folksingers 
appeared performing alone and with the 
Soviets. 

At the question and answer sessions in the 
media center and auditorium, students in- 
quired about Russian fashions, music, dating 
and drugs. 

When the Soviet program was finished, the 
King Philip Jazz Ensemble performed in their 
honor. The Soviets later invited the Jazz 
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VARSITY back row, Paul Carlow. Mike Treeful. Patrick Sullivan, Matt Moran, Scott 

S^Ih i a K S ° n R ° mSSy ' Coach Lombard. Front row. William Bourque. Jay Murray. Bil 
Hartford. Shawn Brown, Jim Weir, Ed Moran. 



"What's next?" Jason Romsey 



Mr. Lombard's baseball team 
stunned the league with its 1 2 wins 
and 5 losses! Ed Moran, who 
represented the Hockmock League 
Baseball Teams in Mass. Baseba 
Coaches All Star Game, and Jason 
Romsey, who gave the team his 
most, captained our team in the 86- 
8~7 season. The biggest thrills for 
both the players and the fans was a 
phenomenal "7-1 victory over Canton 
followed by a spectacular comeback 
of 1 2-1 O against Oliver Ames. Every- 
thing seemed to go right. Why the 
success to Coach Lombard, were the 
teams "talented athletes, optimistic 
attitudes and great performances." 




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"What's going on?" — Matt Moran 



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"I thought I told them to bring me a chair! " — Coach 
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JV Back row — Coach Schmidt, Derek Ellenberg, Mark Follis, Randy Levesque, Jeff 
Thomas, Tom Casey, Aaron Paul, Chris Lewicki, Jason Gabbard. Front Row — Brent 
Smith, David Gala, Chris Olsziewski, Lyle Smith, Glenn Pisani, Jamie Faulkner, Shawn 
Kelley. 




'I made it!" — Ed Moran. 




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— Kirk Bogardus. 



Freshman Back Row — Steve Cimo, Peter Clark, Brian MacAvoy, John 
Powers, Mike Constatine, Chris Theburg, Mark Byron, Dave Gusti, Coach 
Plymton. Front Row — Eric Johnson, Brent Smith, Ray Clontz, Mike Gormley, 
Andrew Barkley, Shawn Richards, Trent Livatore. 



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"Go that way. " — Barbara Birkbeck and Deri Nelson 



'Get it together girls. " — Coach Cosentino. 




JV Back row — Colleen O'Brien, Kim McQuade, Tammy Baker, Joan Faford, Jennifer 
Holbrook, Coach Hartley, Tammy Bassett, Suzanne Masterson, Lesley Reed, Bridget 
Monahan. Front row — Deb Kuta, Carolyn Hayes, Lisa Haines, Pam Barton, Jen Smith, 
Nancy Killilea, Anne Bishop, Kristen Lehan, Sandra Pennachio. 



"This is a breeze. " — Kerry Thomson. 



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Varsity Back row — Coach Cosentmo. Melissa Dynan, Jen Hardy, Kim Hayes, Karen 
Hayes, Deri Nelson, Mania Rovendro, Brenda Howell, Kerry Thomson, Ellen Loew, 
Pamels Griswold. Middle row — Sue Lacourse, Christine Connolly. Front row — Karen 
Coole, Jen Byron, Theresa Gallagher, Kari Palos, Lisa Kuta, Lisa Movsessian, Deb Gor- 
man, Barbara Birkbeck. 



Coach Cosentino with the aid of captains Kari 
Palos, Lisa Kuta, and Theresa Gallagher ral- 
lied their team, consisting mainly of under- 
classmen, toward victory. They improved on 
last season's record of O wins and 1 6 losses 
to 6 wins and 1 O losses, a remarkable 
achievement. Their proudest moment came 
while they were playing Franklin; they were 
losing by 8 runs, but due to their versatility 
they pulled together and ended the game vic- 
torious — 1 5 to 1 3. Such victories as these 
greatly improved the spirit of the team. Kari 
Palos was chosen Most Valuable Player, and 
Hockomock All Star. Other leading 
performers of the team were Lisa Kuta, 
Debbie Gorman, Maria Rovendro, Karen 
Cooke, Jen Smith, and Lisa Movsessian. 




"Time to sit." Barbara Birkbeck. 



"Life's small pleasures 
Kuta, Brad Kuta. 



I'm going to do it!" Karen Hayes. 




'Hey. what's going on?" The confused crew. 



"Watch this wind up!" Jen Smith. 



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"Why am I doing this?" Kim Reid. 



The 86-87 G ; nls' Tennis Team, captained by Kim 
Reid, Most Valuable Player, and Lynda Cyrulik, Un- 
sung Hero, along with Coach Goldberg led their team 
to a victory in their finest moment, by reversing a 0-5 
score in the first match to a 3-2 victory for K. P. This 
was but one of many victories last season. During 
the State Singles and Doubles held at Bridgewater 
State College, the tennis team advanced to the sec- 
ond round singles with Sarah Mick and to the second 
round doubles with Karen Wessinger and Lynda 
Cyrulik. At the awards banquet, Jennifer Chamber- 
lain was voted Most Improved Player. An optimistic 
coach predicted an even better 87-88 year. 
Captains will be Kim Reid and Jennifer Chamberlain. 




"This is real fun!" Michelle Killilea and Carrie Costa. 




Back row — Diedra Sullivan. Brenda Bredvik, Kelly Mannering, Carrie Costa, Linda 
Dperach, Cathy Intneri, Sarah Mick, Karen Wessinger, Kim Reid, Jennifer Chamber- 
lain, Kim Conefrey, Coach Goldberg. Front row — Michelle Killilea, Linda Cyrulik, 
Bridget Theberge, Sue Oliver, Kan Faford, Jill Carlson, Bronwyn Donohue. 



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Back row — Coach Dwyer, Doug Dixon, Gordon Murray, Erik Von Hausen, Gary 
Fortier, Anthony Balzarim. Front row — Brian Crocker, Paul Paulino, Neil 
Kavanaugh, Jerry Benson, Scott Schaier, Mark Lori. 

The boys' tennis team led by Coach Dwyer and captains Gary Fortier 
and Jerry Benson ended the season in fourth place with 1 O league 
wins and 6 losses. Even though they lost the first game against Fox- 
boro 2-3, they finished up the season on a happier note by defeating 
Canton 3-2 to make the States. Captain Gary Fortier, voted Un- 
sung Hero, dazzled the court and was selected as All Star Hocko- 
mock League Captain, the first tennis player from K. P. to achieve 
this position. Gordon Murray, voted Valuable Player, also was cho- 
sen an All Star in the Hockomock League. Coach Dwyer called this 
his most balanced team and took pride in saying that "They never 
quit a match, and the team continued to play better as the season 
progressed. " 



"Watch your feet! " Gordon Murray. 




"The Tree Musketeers" Gary Fortier, Coach Dwyer, Jerry Benson. 



'Now, let's see where I stand next! " Doug Dixon. 



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I'm going to kick this mat from under you!" Jeff Ellis. 




"I'm going to hold my breath till I'm blue!" Scott Bettinger. 




"Go team go! " Coach Rose. 




"This is cold!" Rodney Sutcliffe. 



'Lift that foot a little higher!" James Teixema. 



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Back row, Coach Daigel, Derek Await, Manny Costa, Kieth Ayotte. Nicholas Vito, Micah 
Thompson, John Rietz, Michael Cassavant, Coach Rose 4th row, Jeremy Rockett, Robert 
Garrity, Chris Boone, Mike Golindo, Rodney Sutcliff, Peter Boucher, Derek Berry 3rd row, 
Jeff McCarthy, Stephen Nelsen, Jay Webster, Rich Davis, Mike Degris, Scott Bettinger, 
Danny Costello 2nd row, Fred Longabard, Mike Oppenheim, Doug Berry, Kevin Gibson, Jeff 
Ellis, James Teixeira, Bill Fowler Front row/, Jim Barrett, VJ Panettiere, Bill Packer, Bret 
Robbins, Joe Davis, Eric Mick 



The budding BB-87 Boys' Spring Track 
finished the season with a league record 
of 2 wins and 6 losses. This clears the 
way for a new season of improved 
veteran athletes determined to settle 
the score with the opposition and give 
no mercy. Coach Rose said himself that 
many of the beginners showed the 
spark needed to make the 87-88 sea- 
son a winner, with the powerful leader- 
ship of Doug Berry, Bill Fowler, and 
Steven Nelson. 

"Faster than a speeding bullet!" Peter Boucher. 




'Lift those legs!" Bill Fowler. 



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"And you said we weren't cute! " Sue O'Connor and Julie Barrett 



K.P. Girls' Spring Track finished off the season 
in fourth place. Led by Coach Bremer and 
captains Nicole Damato, Audra Ayotte, and 
Holly Curtis. This yean was one of record 
breakers, high point scorers, improved 
players, and strong performers. Stacy Latham 
received the award of high point scorer with 
1 90% points this season, and broke K. P. 's 
Triple Jump record of 35' with her leap of 36', 
a phenomenal attempt. Lexia Calzaretta, Most 
Valuable Player, scored 1 69Vfe points. As far 
as records are concerned Lexia broke a record 
in Javelin, set back in 1 S"7S, by throwing 
10S'5", and with a toss of 3B'SV2" smashed 
the 1 9"7B record, a double achievement. Julie 
Barrett, Unsung Hero, was noted for her con- 
stant performance in girls' discus, a contribu- 
tion the team knew they could always count on 
her for. All three mentioned above will be 
captains in the B"7-SB season. Other frequent 
performers were Shannon Falkner, Jennifer 
Barrett, Kim Lavallee, Audra Ayotte, Jennifer 
Wisniewski, Laurie MacDonald, and Susan 
O'Connor. Varsity awards numbered 20. Of 
non-league meets members of the K. P. Girls' 
Track Team attended nine, including Brockton- 
State Track Coaches' Invitational, Hockomock 
League Meet, South Shore Meet, State Class 
B Meet, All State Meet, Eastern States 
Championships, and the Junior Olympics. Next 
year the Girls' Spring Track Team looks for- 
ward to topping this year's extraordinary sea- 
son. This optimism is due to the fact that only a 
few players were lost due to graduation, and 
the freshmen shaped into great athletes. With 
this attitude and the past successes they 
seemed destined for it. 




'High stepping" Laurie MacDonald 



"Up and over" Kim Lavallee 





The Frozen Crew — James Texiera, Jill Kelley, Karen Kehrmeyer, Debe Anderson, Stephanie 
Pavao. Mike Oppenheim 



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Back Row — Cathy Paulson, Shannon Faulkner, Jackie Dlplacido, Coach Bremen. Fourth 
Row — Alyssa Horton, Alison Romesy. Third Row — Steffie Pavao, Debbie Watts, Kim 
Lavallee, Tnsha Zer. Debe Anderson, Karen Kehrmyer, Jill Kelley. Second Row — Jen 
Konig, Mary Cataldo, Jen Wismewski, Lexla Calzaretta, Julie Barrett, Sue O'Connor. Front 
Row — Dana Vernon, Laurie McDonald, Nica Vernon, Holly Mae Curtis, Nicole Damato, 
Stacy Latham, Kelly Lavallee, Jennifer Barrett. 




'I made it! ' 



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"I can Fly!" — Kim Lavallee 



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'I don't mind if I do" — Mr. Fairfield and Jason Romsey. 




'I'm so happy" — Coach Lombard and Scott Grzenda. 



"What cheeks" 



Sonya Hoyle and Coach Rose. 




The 1 9B7 Spring Banquet was an op- 
portunity to express thanks to all 
team players. The banquet is uplifting 
anp 1 expresses the thanks that needs 
to be said. The banquet had a main 
meal of Chinese food, which was sup- 
plied by Chinatown in North Attle- 
boro. After the meal, each varsity 
player was presented w/ either a let- 
ter or a jacket. The baseball team re- 
ceived special League jackets for win- 
ning the title of Hockomock League 
Champions. 




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The 1 987 Golf team finished the sea- 
son with 1 O wins, 2 losses, and A ties. 
The starting players were Neil Kava- 
naugh, Jeff Padula, Ed Movsessian, 
Rich Blake, Tim Gorman, and Matt 
Till. The other- players were; Phil 
Redfern, Chris Olszewski, Rob Truit, 
Brian Crocker, Jace Pearson, Mike 
Cassavant, and Mike Gormely. The 
most improved player for this yean 
was Matt Till. The unsung hero was 
Tim Gorman and the most valuable 
player was Neil Kavanaugh. Neil Kava- 
naugh also was the champion for the 
Hockomock league, the Sun Chron- 
icle all-star, and the Hockomock 
league all-star. Jeff Padula also made 
the Sun Chronicle all-stars. KP fin- 
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"Step two, three, four" — Eric Sullivan. 




"And here he comes" — Peter Bouche. 



"Do I really want to do this?" — Steve Hamilton. 



The 1 987 Boy's Cross Country team 
finished this season with a 4-6 re- 
cord. Even with a lack of runners, 
they finished strongly in the league 
and invitational. The boys captain, 
Rich Davis, made the All-Stars and 
finished in the top ten at the league 
meet. Peter Bouche, Eric Sullivan and 
Jeff Mahoney proved to be a great 
benefit to this years team. The other 
runners that helped in this successful 
season were Steve Hamilton, Kevin 
O'Neil, James Teixeira, and Vance 
Pirone. Even the loss of their best 
runner, Rich Davis, next years team 
will have a strong season. 




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had an incredible season with 6 wins 
and 3 losses. The team's pride and 
joy, Pam Barton, placed fourth over- 
all, and made it into the All-Stars. The 
new freshmen, Sandy Wood, Jennifer 
Kettell, and Abby Bender, helped the 
team in its outstanding season. 
Laurie MacDonald, the teams only se- 
nior, had a very good season, losing 
her will be a great loss. This year's 
captains were Laurie MacDonald and 
Jennifer Wisniewski. Even with the 
loss of Laurie MacDonald, next year's 
team will have an awesome season. 




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der, Alycia Bragga. 




'Are you really going to do this to me?" 
A/isniewski. 



— Jen "Always ahead of the pack" — Sandy Wood. Jen 
Wisniewski, Laurie MacDonald, Alycia Braga, 
Pam Barton. 



"Oh my. Oh my!" — Jennifer Kettell. 



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The King Philip Warrior Football team 
finished the season with three wins 
and seven loses. The major win, which 
made a lot of seniors content, was 
the Thanksgiving Day football game 
against our arch rivals Franklin. The 
K. P. team had a 1 4-6 victory over 
Franklin. We also retired the Thanks- 
giving Day trophy for the first time in 
2B years. This year's captains were 
Jason Romsey and Jay Hartnett. The 
main factors that attributed to the 
team's overall record was the fact 
that they were a very young team. 
With only twelve seniors on the team, 
the offense and defense was mostly 
juniors. Next year's captains will be 
Paul Carlow, Aaron Paul, and Jim 
Weir. We all wish next year's team the 
best of luck. 




The victory after the battle. 



Brian Healy. 



'JNRtfJ*-- 





Dodging Mansfield. — Jay Hartnett, 



Going for the gold. — Jim Weir. 




The ultimate offense. — Jay Hartnett, 



Reach for the sky. — Bill Fowler. 



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Top Row — Tom Hartley, Jr. Asst. Coach, Gig Pariseau — Asst Coach, David Oldread, Lyle Smith, Rob Newton, Brian McEvay, Jim Sewell, Bruce 
Smith, Steve Cimo, Andy Gerne, Mike Wodogaza, Brent Smith, Mike Pariseau — Head Coach, Shawn Brown — Asst. Coach, Bill Kummer — Asst. 
Coach, Tom Schmidt — Asst. Coach. Fourth Row — John Riete, Matt Dittrich, Manny Costa, Mike Cacciapaglia, Ray Clontz, Eric Johnson, John 
Mailand, Mike Constatine, Andy Barkley, Micah Thompson, Keith Daley, Kyle Gibson, Nick Pasquantoni, Peter Clarke. Third Row — John Powers, 
Steve Brady. Derek Miller, Rob Newton, Chris Pungitore, Jeremy Rockettt. Scott Hamwey. Glen Pisani, Tom Daley, Derek Ellenberger, Mark 
Weaver, Chris Lewicki, Dave Sikut, Gerry Morganelli. Second Row — Jeremy Farling, Jamie Faulkner, Jim Weir, Paul Carlow, Mark Tobichuk, Chris 
Janes, Dave Gala, Dan Costello, Aaron Paul, John Burhart, Jeff McCarthy, Sean Cady, Matt Larson, Eric Keene, Joe Holland. Front Row — Carl 
Fisher, Kevin Gibson, Mork Olszewski. Eric Spink, Bill Fowler. Gerry Benson, Jason Romsey. Jay Hartnett, Bill Barkley, Brian Healy, Shawn 
Creegan, Doug Berry, Kent Andrews. 




Pig pile. — Assorted K. P. defense. 



'Go get 'em." — Coach Pariseau. 



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The King Philip Field Hockey team, with the 
aid of Coach Tower, Joan Faford, Stacy 
Latham, and Lexia Calzaretta, had 5 wins 
and 9 losses as opposed to last year's los- 
ing streak. The captains for this yeans 
team were Stacy Latham and Lexia Cal- 
zaretta. The reason for the team's awe- 
some spirit was "They had a perfect atti- 
tude. They really struggled to do well this 
year. They won 4 more than they did last 
year and that boosted their confidence" 
according to Coach Tower. Other than im- 
proving their standings, KP was recog- 
nized as being the most improved team for 
the 1 987 season. Lexia Calzaretta con- 
tributed to this honor by making 1 B"7 
saves that could have cost the team a 
game or two. Next Field Hockey team 
should really show their stuff in the next 
years. 




"I'm so enthused" — Sonya Hoyle and Joan Faford. 




"T'ain't we cute" — Kim Backlund, Cindy Dynan, Jill 
Blake, Deidre Sullivan. 



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"We won, we won! " — Sonya Hoyle. 




Varsity Top row — Coach Tower, Barbara Bredvik, Deidre Sullivan, Debbie Watts, Dawn 
Ross, Joan Faford, Gayle Tasker, Kim Backlund, Lisa Haines, Cindy Dyan. Bottom row — 
Julie Barrett, Stacy Latham, Lexia Calzaretta, Sonya Hoyle, Ellen Loew, Mary Cataldo, 
Karen Wessingen. 







"Hey! Get that stick down" — Coach Tower. 




JV Top row — Coach Walker, Adrian Lemay, Nancy Killilea, Michelle Killilea, Jody Mangor, Sue 
O'Connor, Christine Montanaro, Cathy Intrieri, Kristin Lehan, Meaghan McCullom. Bottom 
row — Jill Blake, Karen Antonellis, Kim Conefrey, Shannon Finley, Leanne Grady, Meaghan 
Muir. Debie Anderson. 



Chop, chop Joan" — Joan Faford. 









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"Get that ball" — Stacy Latham. 



"Get mean!" — Julie Barrett, Ellen Loew, 
Joan Faford, Lexia Calzaretta. 



'Here we go again" — Stacy Latham. 



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The 1 987 Boys Soccer team finished 
the season with 6 wins, 9 losses, and 
2 ties. The most valuable player was 
Ed Moran. Some players which 
helped in the winning of games were 
Pat Sullivan, Dave Killian, Todd 
Lindmark, Ed Moran, Matt Moran, 
Doug Dixon, Scott Ross, Scott 
Ettenhoffer, Torben Rytkonen, and 
Jason Gabbard. The soccer team im- 
proved from last year. Pat Sullivan 
made many great saves and with the 
help of the defense, which made 
many, many saves also, the team was 
able to hold its own. The defense 
worked on getting the ball to the for- 
wards, the forwards worked on get- 
ting the ball in the net. Many assists 
were made by Scott Ettenhoffer and 
Dave Killian. With the loss of Matt 
Moran, who was out with a broken leg 
from a sliding tackle, the team was 
unable to complete its offensive drive. 
Next year's soccer team will have 
many returning players and we are 
hoping for an excellent season. 





Varsity Top row — Coach Nesti, Anthony Russo, Sean Ross, Brent Cooper, Jeremy Vick, Torben 
Rytkonen, Matt Moran, Sean Kelly, Jason Gabbard, Tom Carter, Mark Biron, Paul Palino. Bot- 
tom raw — Greg Balise, Todd Lindmark, Dave Killian, Pat Sullivan, Ed Moran, Scott Ross, Scott 
Ettenhoffer, Doug Dixon, Rich Deschamps. 




JV Top row — Coach Caneiro, David Gusti, Bill Gibson, Kevin Russo, Eric Todd, Mark Vitelll, 
Steven Moore, Rich Chamberlain. Bottom row — Chris Turner, Craig St. Amand, Allen Robinson, 
Chris Boone, Michael Peppin, Jeff Soloway, Chris Ficci. 



'Jump for |oy" — Torben Rytoken 



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"Hey you, get away from that ball." 
Gabbard. 



Jason 



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"Where did that ball go?" 



Doug Dixon. 



'One, two, three kick" — Pat Sullivan. 






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'Charge!" — Jen Smith. 



'Follow that ball" 



Kelly Lavallee. 




1 JV Top row — Coach Myette, Vicki Gardner, Nina Hallet, Tracy Mcdonald, Debbie Figurelh, 
Ellen Grady, Jessie Roper, Kelly Flynn, Stacey Grote, Brenda Wagstaff, Kathy Griswold, 
Jen Palos, Joanne Carter, Jeanine Farrow, Keith Liberatore. Varsity Middle row — Alyssa 
Horton, Allison Romsey, Jennette Sabage, Christina Damato, Gina Cassimentl, Kim 
Hamwey, Paula Breen, Karen Cooke, Michelle Joyce, Suzanne Masterson, Jen Chamber- 

; lain. Front row — Jen Masterson, Kelly Lavallee, Jen Smith, Kim Lavallee, Kerry Thomson, 
Sandra Pennachio, Shannoon Faulkner. 



The 1 98"7 Girls Soccer team finished with 
5 wins, 1 O losses, and 1 tie. Their overall 
league standing out of ~7 teams was 5th. 
The captains were Kim Lavallee and Jen 
Smith. Shannon Faulkner [next year's 
captain] was Hockomock League All-Star. 
The team recruited 1 5 freshmen, 2 of 
which were varsity. The team improved 
greatly considering they only had one win 
last year. The team this year demon- 
strated more experience and a better atti- 
tude than what coach Myette Ccoach of 
four years) has seen in the past years as a 
coach. This coming year, coach Myette 
hopes for a 500 season. There are still a 
few weak areas but coach Myette is work- 
ing hard on these areas and hopes they can 
improve. 



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The King Philip Cheerleading Team is 
not there just to cheer on the teams, 
but to get the fans rowdy. The Cheerl- 
eading team has competed in many 
competitions this year and has been 
ranked tenth in the country. Lack of 
funds though prevented the team 
from attending the National Com- 
petitions in Texas. This year's cap- 
tains were Jen Barrett and Cheryl 
McMorrow. A lot of experienced ju- 
niors contributed their time to the 
teams this year. Next year will be an 
even better year. 



Top Row — Jackie DiPlacido, Christine Kelly, Jen Holbnook, Colleen O'Brien, Kiki Thomas, Jen 
Spink. Bottom Row — Monica Ely, Demdre Monahan, Cheryl McMorrow, Jen Barrett, Tara Kiley, 
Stephanie Pavyo. 




"Can you see him yet?" 
ders. 



— The K.P. Cheerlea- 



"Ane you ready" — Colleen O'Brien. 



What a twosome. — Christine Kelly and Cheryl 
McMorrow. 










'How funky is your chicken. " — Cheryl McMorrow and Deindne Monahan. 



The fearless leader. — Coach Buchanio. 



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'To a job well done. 
3arrett. 



Mr. Fairfield and Jen The man behind the magic. 



Mr. Edmonston. "I'm so embarrassed." 
Coach Tower. 



Stacy Latham with 




Thank you so much 
: airfield. 



The rewards are great and many. 
Kavanaugh, Mr. Fairfield. 



Neil 




A team player rewarded. 
Coach Myette. 



■ Alyssa Horton with 



The sports banquet is a time in which all team 
players are recognized as individuals. The main 
purpose of such a supper is to bring all team 
players together for an evening of talks and 
awards. Each player is rewarded with either a 
jacket, letter, or a pin. The supper proved to be 
both uplifting and fun. 




The stars of the show. — Assorted players. 



"This has been an interesting season. 
Coach Tower. 



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This year's Boys Basketball team 
has had a tough time on the count. 
Their record for 87-88 season so 
far is -4 wins and 1 O loses. Despite 
their record, they still keep up the 
good work that has won many 
games before. This year's captains 
were Jason Romsey and Phil Red- 
fern. In all the years of Boys 
Basketball, this has been the first 
year that seniors have not overrun 
the team. With only three seniors 
on the team, KP won't have too 
much trouble starting up next 
year's season. 



2nd Row Sean Kelly, Bill Oram, James Panettiere, Steve Brady, John Andrews, Brian Costello, 
Jason Gabbard. 1 St. Row Jason Romsey, Phil Redfern 




I'm all alone — John Andrews 



Reach for the sky 
Brady. 



John Andrews, Steve Faster than a speeding bullet 

Romsey. 



— Jason 




I got it — Phil Redfern, Sean Kelly. 



And he shoots — Jason Gabbard. 



Look — a bird — John Andrews, Sean Kelly. 



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2nd row Coach Kummer, Kevin O'Neil, Greg Balise, Mike Gormley, Torgan Lovely, Eric Tucker, 
Brian McElloy. Jeremy Vick. 1 st raw Joe Holland, Randy Levsque, Derk Berry, Scott Hamwey. 



Jump — James Panettiere, Steve Brady. 




'II Get it — Brian Costello, John Andrews, Bill 
Dram. 



Oh no! — Jason Romsey. 



And here he goes — John Andrews 




Here it comes — Phil Redfern 



2nd row, Coach Plympton, Steve Droste, Ricky Costello, Oan Gill, Jamie Horton, Steve Hamilton, 
Brain Maligrida, Andy Arnold, Steve Raymond. 1 st row Chris Turner, Bob Mannering, Scott 
Kramer, Mike Repine. 



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2nd row — Coach Schmidt, Pamela Gnswold, Christina Damato, Deb Kuta, Sarah Mick, Julie Barrett, 
Pam Barton, Coach Hartley 1 st row — Barbara Bmkbeck, Tammy Baker, Sandl Schmirler, Colleen 
O'Brien, Joan Faford 



The B7-8B Girls Basketball 
team made big changes this 
year. A new varsity Coach, Mr. 
Schmidt, and a new JV Coach, 
Miss Hartly, were able to pull 
King Philip out of its losing 
streak. The first league win in 
four years was against Stough- 
ton — 39-36. After that win, 
they also defeated Sharon and 
Canton. Their biggest dis- 
appointment for the season was 
a game against Oliver Ames they 
lost in overtime 33-<4<4. Coach 
Schmidt attributes all of his wins 
to team unity and willingness to 
work together even when they 
are down. As of their 1 5th 
game, the Warriors are 6 wins 
and 9 loses. 



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Over here — Sonya Hoyle, Tammy Baker 



Watch out — Christina Damato 



Come on — Sandi Schmirler 




And she's going for the gold — Pam Barton 



Let go! — Sarah Mick 



Now what! — Joan Faford 



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2nd row, Kathy Griswold, Jeanette Sabbag, Gail Holland. Karen Kuza, Lucy Bullock, Abby Bender, 
AM Ciazza, Becky Holster, Tracy MacDonald 1 st raw, Kelly Flynn, Coach McGee, Kim Hamwey 



Catch — Barbara Birkbeck 



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2nd row Keith Liberatore, Coach Keegan, Dana Van Fleet, Rich Anthony, Tom Buckley, Tom Daley, 
Scott Ettenhoffer, Paul Carlow, Dominic Longabardi, Brent Cooper, Ken Cook, Dave Burns, Rob Mills, 
Jay Malloy, Coach Cronin, 1 st row Anthony Russo, Matt Dittnc, Frank Anthony, JR Weaver, Steve 
Hearon, Chris Kilhan, Keith Daley, Mike Constantine 



The B7-8B Hockey Team got off 
to an ok start this year with Cap- 
tains Steve Hearon, Rob Mills 
and Scott Ettenhoffer. Their 
first Hockomock League win was 
at Stoughton. They won B to A. 
Tom Daly, Paul Canlow, Rick An- 
tony, Ed Mouvsessian, Scott 
Ettenhoffer, and Dam Long- 
obardi all scored for the victory 
— starved Warriors. As of their 
thirteenth game, the Warriors 
have S wins and "7 losses. 



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Now What 



I'm coming to get you! 








Go for it! 



It's mine! 



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I'm ready! 



I'll get you! 




Watch out! 



Here I go again 









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Protect that goal 



I got it! 



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With the tri-captains Brian Healy, 
Bill Fowler, and Jay Webster ir 
command, the Warriors have man- 
aged a A and 2 record. This year's 
best 50-yand dash goes to KP's 
own Jeff McCarthy with a time of 
5. "7. With Athletes such as these, 
it is amazing that KP is only in thirc 
place. 



3rd raw Jamie Faulkner, Chris Lewicki, Alan Robinson, Derek Await, Scott Clarke, Todd Graham, 
Jeremy Rockett 2nd now James Dougery, Keith Ayotte, Mike Sullivan, Jeff Mahoney, Peter 
Boucher, Mike Galindo, Mike Cassavant, Coach White 1 st row Pat Sullivan, Tom Moore, Torben 
Rytkonen, James Teixeira, Jay Webster, Bill Fowler, Brian Healey, Mike Digris, Steve Nelson, Fred 
Longabard 




And there it goes — Jamie Faulkner 



The leader of the pack — Torben Rytkonen 



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3rd row Deb Watts. Gayle Tasker, Jen Barrett, Jen Hunter, Linda Nelson, Sandra Wood, Coach 
White. 2nd row Cindy Dynan, Jen Smith, Shannon Faulkner, Sandra Pennachio, Asha Gosh, Jen 
Wisniewski, Jill Kelly. 1 st now Kelly Lavallee, Lexia Calzaretta, Stacey Latham, Kim Lavallee, Laurie 
MacDonald 



The B7-88 season has been a 
strong one for the KP girls. Lexia 
Calzaretta has been awarded with 
the year's best distances for shop 
put C39 feet), while Stacy Latham is 
still running circles around her op- 
ponents. As of their sixth meet, 
KP's girls have a 3 and 3 record 
and find themselves creeping up 
from fourth place to higher levels. 
This year's captains were Lexia Cal- 
zaretta and Stacy Latham. We are 
all hoping that KP will finish up with 
a bang. 




Here I go — Jen Wisniewski 



I'm so drained — Jen Smith 



Push it off gently — Lexia Calzarretta 




Can she do it! — Stacey Latham 



This is really radical — Jen Smith, Asha Gosh 



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2nd row Lynne Simpson, Stacy Rons, Jill Gallagher, Tara Kiley, Holly Rollins, Monika Ely, Kristen 
Watchel, Coach Rabuffo. 1 st row Jeanine Farell. Ken Alsworth, Veronica Boyle, Carolyn Bourne, 
Jessie Ropper, Christine Montanano, Assistant Pam Fish. 



The 8~7-88 Gynmastics team is mak- 
ing headway in a lot of competitions. 
With a record of "7 and 3, they are 
placed third in their division. In a tri 
meet with Sharon, KP, and North, 
our own star, Lynn Simpson took 
First on the floor exercises and bars, 
and Second on the beam and vault. 
With the agony of defeat, though, KP 
lost by .10 of a point. We wish the 
gymnastics team the best of luck in 
the years to come. 




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Do I really want to do this? — Jill Gallagher 



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Hang on — Holly Rollins 



The moment of tension — Tara Kiley 







3rd row Coach Greenberg, Gary Aames, Peter Megna, John Bur-hart, Mike Cacciapaglia, Carl 
Fisher, Andy Gerrie. 2nd row Eric Paulson, Chris Janes, Mark Olszewski. Dave Gala, Dan Giova- 
noni, Todd Nocodemus, Derek Miller, Pete Johnson 1 st row Jake Terato, Rich Davis, Sean Ross, 
Aaron Nicodemus, Mark Byron, Chris Ficci, Mark Wood 



With the new winter sport of wres- 
tling coming to KP, it was amazing to 
see the number of boys that signed 
up. With the aid of Coach Greenbert, 
King Philip is ranked fourth. That is 
not bad for- a first year of pinnings. 
After seven meets, KP has a record 
of 3 and 4. We are all hoping that the 
wrestling team will be stronger- for 
next year. 




On your mark — Eric Paulson 



Waiting patiently — team members 



Die! — John Burhart 




Get ready — Mark Olszewski 



■\ere I come — Sean Ross 



Go get him — Aaron Nicodemus 



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2nd row Tasha Pollard, Dawn Ross, Kimberly Bachlund, Christine Sutcliffe, Janet Wagstaff . 1 st 
row Tara Donahue, Jackie Deplacido, Cheryl McMorrow, Deirdre Monahan, Kiki Thomas. 



This year's cheerleaders have done 
much to boost the confidence of the 
basketball and hockey teams. Under 
the leadership of Deirdre Monahan, 
Cheryl McMorrow, and Coach 
Bouchanio, they have dazzled the 
courts and stands with a surge of en- 
ergy that overtakes the players. 




Are you ready? — Kiki Thomas 



The pyramid of cheers! — The cheering squad. 



Jump! — Deirdre Monahan. 



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This page is dedicated to a girl who has brought shot put- 
ters to their knees. Lexia Calzaretta has become one of 
the best shot putters to ever go through King Philip High 
School. She is the only girl out of the history of the school 
to ever go to the New England Track Meet. Not only was 
she the only girl to go to the New England, but she placed 
first with her best throw ever, 40'1 1 "\ She holds this 
title, she has been named first in the Hockomock League 
having gone the entire season undefeated, first in the 
Massachusetts State Class C, first in the State, 3rd in 
the Northeast State Championships, and Twelfth in the 
United States. 

King Philip is proud of Lexia and wishes her the best of 
luck in the future! ! This page is dedicated out of apprecia- 
tion for all her achievements. 



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1 34 A CLUBS/ACTIVITIES 






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SACHEM, THE SCHOOL LITERARY 
MAGAZINE, IS TO KING RHILIP AS 
MICHELANGELO IS TO ITALY, AN 
ARTIST WITH AN EYE FOR BEAUTY 
IN HIS MASTERPIECES. THE 
STUDENTS WHO WRITE THEIR 
FLOWERY POEMS AND GRIPPING 
STORIES PUT AS MUCH OF THEIR 
HEART INTO THEIR WORK AS HE 
DID. THE PROFITS FROM THIS LIT- 
ERARY ARTWORK ARE EXPANDED 
IN THE FORM OF A SCHOLARSHIP 
FOR A GRADUATING SENIOR. THEY 
MEET WEEKLY FOR EDITING THE 
PIECES RECEIVED FROM KP MEM- 
BERS WITH THAT CREATIVE EDGE 
TO COMPRISE THEIR UNIQUELY 
TOUCHING AND INFLUENCING 
MAGAZINE. 

1 ST ROW, W. DAVIS, J. HUNTER, L. OLSON, 
J. NESKI, S. COLL, DR. GOLDMAN. SND 
ROW, L. BERMAN, F. LONGABARD. M. 
PETTIS, D.CAREW 






DRAMA 
WITH OSCAR-WORTHY ACTING, 
THE KING PHILIP DRAMA CLUB 
PERFORMED OUTSTANDING 
RENDITIONS OF THE TWO PLAYS 
"VICKY" AND "HOME AT SIX" IN DE- 
CEMBER. THEIR FLAWLESS 
ADAPTABILITY TO THESE RULES 
WAS MAGNIFIED BY THE DIRECT- 
ING EXCELLENCE OF MRS. 
HUCKLE AND MR. DITILLIO. WORK 
AND FUN DEFINITELY GO TO- 
GETHER FOR ALL THESE ACTORS 
AND ACTRESSES AS THEY DAZ- 
ZLE US ALL ON THE STAGE. 





TOP ROW, MRS. HUCKLE, TRICIA BAKER, STEPHANIE COLL. ROB THOMAS, TOM HUGHES, DEREK 
BREEN. MIDDLE ROW, CATHY INTRIERI, LISA OHLSON. KATHY GRISWOLD. JEN HUNTER. LIAM 
SULLIVAN. BOTTOM ROW, ABBY STEVENS. KRISTIN KEISTER, MELANIE PETTIS, JULIE DOUGERY, KIM 
ST. AMAND, ERIKA PITT. 




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HHRs 



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National Honor Society 
The National Honor Society is an organization consisting of juniors and seniors who have had an average of 
n B or better for two consecutive years. These students must also demonstrate characteristics of scholar- 
hip, leadership, character, and service. The candidates must write an essay and attend an interview before a 
ecision concerning acceptance is made. The inductees and their families are then invited to a banquet where 
-\e formal ceremony is performed and then new members are introduced into the King Philip Chapter of the 
lational Honor Society. This year the Honor Society took part in a Christmas and an Easter project, spon- 
□red a dance, a carnation sale, held a volleyball game, and a car wash. Great minds in good fun! 

stROW — L. CALZARETTA. B. BARKLEY. J. BENSON. K DANIELS 2nd ROW — T JOHNSON. S PENNACHIO. J MANGOR. J. BARRETT, E. 
=>INK, D. KILLIAN. T. LINDMARK. K KEISTER, P. PAULINO. J. TEIXEIRA. J. ROMSEY 3rd ROW — C. INTRIERI. K COOKE. S MICK, J. SMITH, A. 
DMSEY. K THOMAS. R. PFISHNER. K. CONEFREY. E. BENDER. R. UNGER. M. NADKARNI. L MACDONALD -4th ROW — D BERRY. B. 
9EDVIK. A. NICODEMUS. T. LOVELY. M CARROLL. W DAVIS. J. DOUGERY. D SCHWARTZ. F LONGABARD, L. KEAYS, K. REID 5th ROW — 
MANNERING. D BERRY. L. OPERACH. R. TRUITT. J. PANETTIERE. B. COSTELLO. T. MOORE. S. HAMWEY, M JACOBS. R. BULLOCK. K. 
DOK, A MILLS. S. NELSON. K. LAVALLEE. E. VON HAUSEN, K ST. AMAND, D. SULLIVAN. N KILLELEA, M. CATALDO 




Student Council 
Student Council started off the year with a terrific, dedicated executive board. With Lexia Calzaretta pres. , Stacey 
atham vice pres. , Jason Romsey sec. , Barbara Birkbeck cor. sec. , and Paul Carlow treasurer they began their work 
'ith spirit on the Homecoming Day Dance. They often worked for the student's needs, donated to charities, and 
eveloped new spirit starters. Their year was extremely successful. 

3T ROW L-R, ASHA GOSH, PAT SULLIVAN. JASON ROMSEY, STACEY LATHAM, BARBARA BIRKBECK, AMY MULLIN, ERIC SPINK. DAVE KILLIAN 2ND ROW L-R. 
3BY BENDER. STEVE BRADY, DEBE ANDERSON, LEXIA CALZARETTA, SHANNON FAULKNER, MIKE MAYER, CHRISTINA DAMATO, MARK BYRON. 3RD ROW 
R, JEN PAKARSKY, KIM DESCHAMPS, PAM KUPHAL. BECKY HOLSTER, SARAH MICK, MEG MUIR, SUE O'CONNOR, MATT MORAN. JOE SPARKS. MISS 
ANTECA. 

CLUBS/ACTIVITIES ^ 1 37 




OEA COPY 
OEA, OR OFFICE EDUCATION 
ASSOCIATION IS A GROUP OF 
THIRTEEN STUDENTS WHO 
COMPETE THROUGHOUT THE 
STATE IN SECRETARIAL SKILLS, 
AS DECA COMPETES IN MARK- 
ETING. THIS YEAR'S PRESIDENT 
IS DEANNA COOPER. MISS 
CLOUTIER AND THE STUDENTS 
MEET ONCE A MONTH. 

FIRST ROW, MISS CLOUTIER, S. ETTEN- 
HOFER, D. COORER, L. SCHAEFER, P. 
JOHNSON, K. JOHNSTON, J. COATES. 
2ND ROW, P. FERIOLI, J. COTTON, K. 
KEHRMEYER, D. PUCCIO. L. HOWARD, G. 
HUNSAKER, J. DARLING 



WKPH 
WKPH is the name of the King Philip Radio 
Club. The members alternate days deliver- 
ing the morning announcements. The 
students must be juniors or seniors and 
must fulfill their obligation until graduation. 

WENDI DAVIS, JASON ROMSEY, 
KRISTEN DANIELS, ERIC SPINK, MR. GEIB 




MATH LEAGUE 
RAISE YOUR SLIDE RULES IN PRAISE OF 
THE MATH LEAGUE. JUST WITHIN THE' 
FIRST TWO MEETS, THIS EXUBERANT 
TEAM HAS MOVED UP TO THIRD PLACE 
IN THE TOUGH HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE 
WHILE COMPETING IN THE FIELDS OFJ 
ALGEBRA I, ALGEBRA II, GEOMETRY, 
AND TRIGONOMETRY. TO PRACTICE 
AND SHARPEN THEIR MENTAL SKILLS, 
THEY GATHER TOGETHER UNDER THE) 
HELPFUL MENTAL SKILLS, THEY 
GATHER TOGETHER UNDER THE HELP- 
FUL GUIDANCE OF MR. LEPERE AND 
MRS. BARRETT, THE LEADERS OF THE 
MATH DEPARTMENT WHO DRILL THEM 
TO PERFECTION. 

BOTTOM ROW K. KALAJHA, J. CHAN- 
DLER, W. DAVIS, K. DANIELS, B. COST- 
ELLO, J. VAN MATER. 2ND ROW. J. HUN- 
TER, D. BERRY, G. ZASSENHAUS, R. 
BULLOCK, R. SPENCER. 3RD ROW, JR. 
LEPERE, R. KLEDZIK, K. LEHAN, S. CDLL, 
MRS. BARRETT 



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The Regional Student Advisory Council consists of delegates 
from the Southeastern Massachusetts area who meet once a 
month in Lakeville, MA to discuss matters concerning student 
and citizen rights. Their goal is to be aware of these rights and 
to ensure their protection. 

L to R, David Killian, Patrick Sullivan, Paul Carlow 



The members of the SAC, or Student 

advisory Council, are representatives of each 

:lass. They speak with the School Committee 

directly about matters concerning the 

. student body. They also are members of the 

Student Council which helps to better 

organize activities. 



L. to R. , Debe Anderson, Barbara Birkbeck 



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Video Club 
The video club, formed in 1 984, has con- 
tinued its tradition of quick, accurate, and 
quality news reporting once again this yean. 
It consists of a select group of bright, ambi- 
tious young future broadcasters who in co- 
operation with Massachusetts Cablevision, 
produce a live cable news show. The video 
club also covers local community, school, 
and sports activities, as well as weddings 
and birthday parties Cby appointment). 

1 ST ROW, K. RUSSO, M. CARH, M. PELLI- 
TER 2ND ROW. A. CHANDLER. R. 
FOULKES. M. CARROLL. A. TEDESCHI. J. 
JOHNSON. D. OLIVER, K. KALAJHA, D. 
HOVEY, P. MELISH. J. WOLLOFF 








REGIONAL 
HIGH SCHOOL 



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SADD CHAPTER 
DONT DRINK & DRIVE 

WE CARE 
HAPPY HOLIDAYS 



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SADD 

Would you get into a car 
with a driver who had been 
drinking? Would you risk 
driving while you were intoxi- 
cated? The hope of the 
SADD members is that ev- 
eryone who just read that 
said "NO!" As members 
they were encouraged to 
wear SADD buttons, and 
they met certain days after 
school to discuss the very 
important problem of drunk 
driving. 

During the course of the 
year, there was a SADD 
week, during which 
students passed out con- 
tracts between friends to 
not drink and drive, or get 
into a car with a drunk 
driver. There was also an 
assembly for all grades in 
which there was a guest 
speaker. Before the semi- 
formal, prom, and gradua- 
tion, the importance of 
staying sober behind the 
wheel was stressed. So, 
please, DON'T DRINK AND 
DRIVE!! 



Student Improvement 
Through the work of Stacey 
Latham and Jason Romsey, along 
with their alternates Barbara Birk-i 
beck and Steve Bettencourt the 
students of K.P. have a channel to 
give their advice and ideas. This' 
council receives money to pay for 
certain proposals they feel benefi- 
cial to the students. For example, ' 
last year they were responsible for 
various assemblies and devices in. 
the library. 

Steve Bettencourt. Barbara Birkbeck, I' 
Stacey Latham, Jason Romsey, Mr. Fair- 1 
field. 




ROW 1 — MR. FAREFIELD, 
M. DYNAN. B. BIRKBECK, 
A. MULLIN. K. MAC- 
DONALD, J. MASTER- 
SON. ROW 2 — K. KEIS- 
TER. D. KILLIAN, M. 
TEXIERA 










Gym Aids 
The gym aids are a group of stu- 
dent volunteers from the junior and 
senior classes who help to moti- 
vate underclassmen in physical ed- 
ucation. By participating in various 
sports, these students help to 
teach the students of the exciting 
world of athletics. 

1 st now, C. Lewicki, J. Webster, E. Spink, P. 
Sullivan, J. Hartnett, P. Carlow, T. Daley. 
2nd row, J. Rockett, B. Oram, P. Boucher, 
N. Kananaugh, J. Benson, M. Buffy. 3rd 
now, K. Hayes, A. Romsey, D. Gala, J. Wein, 
K. Hayes 



Ant Club 
e Ant Club is an onganization 
3t stanted this yean headed 
Miss Zeiglen. The students 
jet on Monday's and Thuns- 
/s aften school to plan ants 
d cnafts fon school dances, 
conations, class munals. to 
n field tnips on simply to have 
jn dnawing session. 

T ROW. D. SULLIVAN, A. 
_LS. S. HOYLE, MISS ZEIG- 
3. 2ND ROW. L. OPERACH, 
<ABIHAN, K. ST. AMAND, 
DODGERY, H. MACASKILL. 

LOEW, L. HOWARD. L. 
HAEFER, K. CONEFREY, T. 
'NES. 3RD ROW. J. 
AINOR, D. AWALT, F. LON- 

BARD, V. PIRONE, J. AN- 
IEWS, A. TURNER. S. 
\ILEY. C. INTRIERI, J. 

PER, M. MCCULLOM. 4TH 

W, J. DAY. R. UNGER, E. 

NDER. S. HOYLE. N. 
IFFENBERG, D. OLIVER. M. 

DKARNI, A. NADKARNI, S. 

DERICK, S. DINEEN 





The Ski Club, stanted by Dave Killian and Enic 
Spink, took a tnip to Quebec in Febnuany of 
87. Thein main goal was to get togethen fon 
some fun on the slopes, and they did just 
that! This yean, the students planned a non- 
school sponsored tnip, again to Quebec. 

Enic Spink, Mn. Paniseau, David Killian 



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The Distributive Education Program provides students with training in marketing, retailing, and management. 
Students practice their skills first in the school store and restaurant, and later in local businesses. They also partici- 
pate in the Distributive Education Clubs of America, a national youth organization designed to promote excellence in 
business skills. 

1 st row, A. Nichols, S. Gardner, K. Verna, K. Steams, J. Holt, L. Peavey, B. Howell, C Mullen. 2nd row, S. McGill, P. Caparella, M. Norton, K. 
Lavallee, J. Smith, T. Donohue, C. Vito. 3rd row, T. Kelly. K. Allen, D. Merritt, S. Ross, K. Clapp. A. Healey. 4th row, C. Ring, R. Johnson, P. Megna. 
B. Belanger, E. Von Hausen, M. Johnson, C. Simms, Miss Maxwell, Mr. Guillemette. 




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Peer Leadership 
Peer Leadership is a 
group of selected stu- 
dents who have been 
trained specifically for 
this program by attend- 
ing workshops. The pro- 
gram is led by Mr. Par- 
iseau, Miss Pfeffer, and 
Mr. Fairfield and it fo- 
cuses on educating ele- 
mentary school stu- 
dents about the dangers 
of drugs and alcohol. The 
group meets 2-3 times a 
month and makes vari- 
ous trips to the elemen- 
tary schools. There are 
1 09 students success- 
fully participating in this 
program showing how 
kids can help kids. 



Front Row — 
Wagstaff, 
Schaier, L. 
Theberge, K 



J. McCarthy, J. 
D. Watts. S. 
Calzaretta. G. 

Dillman, J. Laz- 



arra, T. Jones, S. Finley, L. 
Keayes, J. Hunter. Row 2 — S. 
O'Connor, H. Stuart, S. Etten- 
hofer, B. Barkley, S. Hoyle, E. 
Spink. Ms. Pfeffer, Mr. Par- 
iseua, D. Killian, K. Thomson, 
K. Cook, K. Wessinger, J. Bar- 
rett, M. Cataldo. Row 3 — P. 
Boucher, B. Fowler, S. Coll, R. 
Truit, J. Panettlere, D. Berry, 
K. Kiester, B. Birkbeck, M. 
Teixeira, K. Thomas, S. 
Schmlrler, A. Romsey, D. Sul- 
livan, K. St. Amand, S. 
Latham, J. Romsey. Row A — 
L. Haines, A. Matola, K. Reid, 
K. Cooke, K. Conefrey, K. 
Mannering, K. Daniels, M. 
Nadkarno, E. Bender, T. 
Hughes, J. Holt, K. Lavallee. 

Ayotte, E. Pitt, K. 

K. Lavallee, C. 

Guisti, S. Ross, J. 

Linger, S. Hayes, 
J. Trainor, K. 
Masterson, M. 



Row 5 — K. 
Sutcliffe, 
Damato, D. 
Mangor, R. 
H. Macaskill, 
MacDonald, J. 



Dynan, A. Mullin, S. Faulkner. 
Row 6 — A. Barkley, J. Mar- 
cand, D. Berry, E. Vonhausen, 
G. Racise, D. Giavonni, R. 
Johnson, S. Benes, T. Moore, 
J. Benson. 



VICA 
What is VICA? The 
Vocational Industrial Clubs 
of America CVICA3 is the na- 
tional organization serving 
trade, industrial, technical, 
and health students with 
leadership, citizenship, and 
character development 
programs and activities. 

1 st row, L. Burns, R. Verna, L. 
Parmentar. Top row, B. Pelletier, 
B. Rafuse. 



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YEARBOOK STAFF FIRST ROW: LEXIA CALZARETTA, SONYA HOYLE. DEANNA COOPER, TONI 
ROCHE SECOND ROW: PAMELA GRISWOLD, STEVE BETTENCOURT, LESLIE KEAYS, ELIZ- 
ABETH BENDER, KIM CONFREY, ROB THOMAS, CHRISTIN SUTCLIFFE, KIKI THOMAS, DAN 
LYGREN THIRD ROW: GARY LEWICKI, DEREK AWALT, FRED LONGABARD, KAREN HAYS, 
BARBARA BREDVIK. ANDY MILLS. GWYN REITENAUER, TRISHA MOLLOY, FOURTH ROW: 
MRS. HELEN BRENNAN-COOPER, DEBE ANDERSON, SUE HOYLE, VANCE PIRONE, TERRI 
JOHNSON, CATHY INTRIERI, LINDA OPERACH, JEN COATS, MR. ANTHONY ANTIONETTI. 




HERE WE ARE AT A YEAR BOOK CONVENTION THAT WAS HELD AUGUST 1B-21, 1987 AT 
WESTFIELD STATE COLLEGE. THIS IS WHERE WE LEARNED MANY THINGS AND GOT MANY 
IDEAS FOR CHANGING OUR B7-8B CHIEFTAIN AROUND. SITTING ON THE GROUND ARE 
DEANNA COOPER AND PAMELA GRISWOLD. STANDING UP, FRED LONGABARD ON THE 
BENCH. LEXIA CALZARETTA, SONYA HOYLE AND DAN LYGREN 




HERE WE ARE! WE ARE THE 
PEOPLE THAT HAVE CREATEC 
THIS BOOK FULL OF EVERLASTING 
MEMORIES. A BOOK THAT YOL 
WILL TREASURE FOREVER, ANC 
SOME DAY WHEN YOUR KIDS GE" 
A HOLD OF IT, THEY WILL SEE 
WHAT YOU REALLY LOOKED LIKE 
IN HIGH SCHOOL. THIS COULD GE" 
SCARY! THEY WILL BE ABLE TC 
MAKE FUN OF YOU AND REALLY 
SEE WHAT YOU LOOKED LIKE 
WHEN YOU WERE YOUNG. IF YOL 
HAVEN'T NOTICED. THE YEAR 
BOOK HAS MADE SEVERAL 
CHANGES FROM THE OL TRADITI 
ONAL KP YEARBOOK. WE HOPE 
THAT YOU WILL ENJOY WHAT WE 
HAVE DONE AND WE HOPE YOL 
APPROVE. AND PLEASE FORGIVE 
ANY MISTAKES, IF WE HAVE MADE 
ANY. MAKING A YEARBOOK IS / 
LONG, HARD PROCESS, AND H 
TAKES A RESPONSIBLE PERSOI^ 
TO DO A GOOD JOB TO MAKE ALL 
OF OUR DEADLINES. ENJOY! ANL" 
REMEMBER ALL THE FUN AND ALL 
OF YOUR FRIENDS AND ALL THE 
GOOD TIMES OF YOUR H I G h 
SCHOOL YEARS! 




BARBARA BREDVIK AND ELIZABETH 
BENDER 



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DITORS FIRST ROW: LEXIA CALZARETTA, DEANNA COOPER. TONI ROCHE SECOND ROW: FRED LONG- 
BARD, SONYA HOYLE, DEBE ANDERSON, PAMELA GRISWOLD, ELIZABETH BENDER, BARBARA BREDVIK 
HIRD ROW: DAN LYGREN, SUE HOYLE CNOT SHOWN) 



ADVISORS 

MRS. HELEN BRENNAN- 

COOPER AND MR. ANTHONY 

ANTONETTI 

CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF 

SONYA HOYLE AND LEXIA 

CALZARETTA 

SENIOR EDITORS 

DEANNA COOPER AND TONI 

ROCHE 

UNDERGRAD EDITOR 

ELIZABETH BENDER 

FACULTY EDITOR 

DEBE ANDERSON 

SPORTS EDITOR 

PAMELA GRISWOLD 

ART EDITOR 

SONYA HOYLE 

BUSINESS EDITORS 

SUE HOYLE AND DAN 

LYGREN 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

FRED LONGABARD 

STUDENT LIFE EDITORS 

SONYA HOYLE AND LEXIA 

CALZARETTA 




YEARBOOK STAFF HARD AT WORK 



DEBE ANDERSON DOING A LAYOUT SHEET ALSO CAUGHT BY 
SURPRISE 





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LATE NIGHT AT SCHOOL TO MEET DEADLINE, LEXIA, MRS. HBC, DEBE AND SONYA. 



CLUBS/ACTIVITIES A 1 45 





BAND 
THIS MUSICAL ORGANIZATION IS A MULTI- 
FACETED PERFORMING GROUP WHICH 
FUNCTIONS AS A MARCHING BAND DUR- 
ING THE FALL SEASON AND A CONCERT 
BAND THE REMAINDER OF THE YEAR. THE 
BAND PERFORMS A BALANCED RE- 
PERTOIRE OF MODERN, CLASSICAL, AND 
TRADITIONAL WORKS FOR SYMPHONIC 
BAND, AS WELL AS POPULAR MUSIC 
ADAPTED FOR BAND. THEIR ACTIVITIES IN- 
CLUDE PUBLIC CONCERTS, FESTIVALS, 
AND PERFORMANCES FOR SCHOOL AND 
COMMUNITY RELATED FUNCTIONS. BAND 
MEETS FIVE PERIODS A WEEK. 

COLORGUARD 
FRONT ROW, K. DANIELS, J. TERPSTRA, H. 
MACASKILL, J. TRAINOR, L. STEWART, J. 
MOORE, A. BROWN, P. FERIOLI, P. KELLY. 
BACK ROW, C. KELLY, R. UNGER. K. 
JOHNSTON, T. KNELL, P. JOHNSON, G. 
HUNSAKER. 



BAND COUNCIL 
FRONT ROW, J. VAN MATER, P. JOHNSON, D. PAGE, D. 
SCHWARTZ, C. MCGRATH. BACK ROW, K. DANIELS, J. DOUGERY, 
J. BLOOD, P. REINHARDT. 



JAZZ COMBO 
FRONT ROW, J. PIRONE, J. JOHNSON, J. WOLLOFF, D. POPE. BACK 
ROW. T MCCALLY. R. FOULKES, P. PAGE 



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MARINE LT. COL. OLIVER L. NORTH, WAS A KEY OFFICIAL IN 
THE PLAN TO FINANCE ANTI-GOVERNMENT REBELS IN 
NICARAGUA WITH MONEY FROM ARM SALES TO IRAN, 
WHO, BECAME A CELEBRITY AT THE IRAN-CONTRA HEAR- 
INGS IN WASHINGTON. 



DENNIS CONNER, LOST AMERICA'S CUP IN 1 983, WON IT BACK FOUR YEARS 
LATER. THE STARS-STRIPES WENT A-O OVER AUSTRALIA'S KOOKABURA III IN 
THE RACE HELD IN AUSTRALIA. 



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V'S EVANGELISTS JIM S TAMMY FAYE BAKKER SAID FAIRWELL TO DEM. PRES. CANDIDATE GARY HART WAS FORCED TO DROP OUT 

>TL MINISTRY IN MARCH. JIM RESIGNED AFTER HIS SEXUAL ENCOUN- AFTER HE WAS REPORTED AS BEING ROMANTICALLY INVOLVED 

ER WITH JESSICA HAWN, AND TAMMY WENT FOR TREATMENT FOR WITH DONNA RICE. 
)RUG DEPENDENCY. 




BARGE FILLED WITH 3, 1 28 TONS OF GARBAGE BECAME A NA- 
ON WIDE JOKE AND SYMBOL OF OUR SOLID WASTE MANAGE- 
lENT. THE BARGE WAS BANNED IN B STATES & 3 FOREIGN COUN- 
TIES BEFORE BEING REDUCED TO ASH. 



IN JULY, THE U.S. SENT VESSELS TO THE PERSIAN GULF TO PROTECT 
IT FROM IRAN. IN SEPT. U. S. NAVY BLEW UP AN IRANIAN SHIP CAUGHT 
IN THE MINES, IN THE GULF. 



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HE 24-DAY NFL PLAYER STRIKE ENDED 
J OCT. THE UNION CAPITULATED & 
, IENT TO COURT INSTEAD OF FIGHTING 
LUB OWNERS AT THE BARGAINING 
4BLE. 



MISS MICHIGAN, KAYE LANI RAE RAFKO, 
WAS CROWNED MISS AMERICA 1 988. 



KIRBY PUCKETT & JEFF RAERDON OF MINN. TWINS 
CELEBRATE THEIR WORLD SERIES OVER ST. LOUIS 
CARDINALS. TWINS WON 4-2 IN SERIES. 



STUDENT LIFE ^ 151 




AIDS, THE IMMUNITY-ROBBING DISEASE FROM WHICH NO ONE RECOVERS 



KILLED OVER 25,000 AMERICANS. 
"PUBLIC HEALTH ENEMY NO. 1." 



PRESIDENT REGAN CALLS THE PLAGUE, 




THE SENATE REJECTED THE PRESIDENT'S NOMINATION 
OF ROBERT H. BORK TO THE SUPREME COURT BY A 58-42 
VOTE. HE WAS SAID TO BE A JUDGE PORTRAYED AS 
BRILLIANT JURIST AND A DANGEROUS EXTREMIST. 




FRED ASTAIRE, DANCER DIED LIBERACE, SHOWMAN AND JOHN HOUSTON, DIRECTOR OF JACKIE GLEASON, FAMOUS 
OF PNEUMONIA IN JUNE. AGE PIANIST DIED QUIETLY IN HIS "MALTESE FALCON" DIED IN HIS FDR BEING ON THE 

BB. HOME, AGE 67. SLEEP, AGE B1. "HONE YMOONERS" DIED IN 

JUNE, AGE 71. 




THE DOWN JONES INDUSTRIAL STOCK DROPPED 50B POINTS, ITS 
LARGEST IN HISTORY, ON MONDAY, OCT. 1 9. IT STRIPPED S500 
BILLION FROM MARKET VALUE OF U.S. SECURITIES. 



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BRIAN LQUGHLIN 



HE 1987 BLOOD DRIVE WAS A SUC- 
ESS. THANKS TO SENIOR TODD LIND- 
1ARK WHO STOOD AS CHAIRPERSON. 
TOTAL OF -46 PINTS OF BLOOD WERE 
OLLECTED WITH THE HELP OF DAVID 
ILLIAN, MIKE KNIPFING AND SCOTT 
RZENDA, WHO HELPED WITH THE 
EGISTRATION PROCESS. ALSO HELP- 
nIG AS BLOOD CARRIERS AND 
ANTEEN WERE KAREN FIGUERELLI, 
ERRI FAFORD. JILL BLAKE, AND 
RONWYN DONAHUE. 





A PROJECT 



3B GARRITY. MARK WEAVER. 
30TT HAMWEY 





ESSICA ABERANATHY'S 

EATLES PROJECT 



TERRI JOHNSON AND CATHY INTRIERI'S PROJECT 



WHEELS WERE TURNING IN THE 
MINDS OF THE JUNIORS AND SE- 
NIORS WHEN THEY BEGAN TO 
DEVELOPE THEIR THEMES AND 
DESIGNS FOR THE HISTORY DAY 
PROJECTS. THIS SCHOOL, STATE, 
AND NATION WIDE COMPETITION 
FOR THE MOST INVENTIVE IDEA 
AND PROJECT MADE ALL THE 
STUDENTS WORK AND STUDY 
THEIR THEME TO BECOME 
NUMBER ONE. PEOPLE WHO 
STOOD OUT AMONG THE OTHER 
STUDENTS WERE, TERRI JOHN- 
SON, CATHY INTRIERI, ROB TRUIT, 
DEIDRE SULLIVAN, SARAH MICK, 
JODIE MANGOR, KAREN COOK, 
SANDRA PENNACHIO AND DEREK 
BERRY. 

STUDENT LIFE ^ 153 




THINGS WERE HEATING UP ON NOVEMBER 25 WHEN THE NERVOUS 
BUT ANXIOUS FOOTBALL PLAYERS WERE GETTING PSYCHED B\ 
THEIR K.P. WARRIOR FANS. YES, IT WAS THE TRADITIONAL PRE 
GAME FLARE OF THE BONFIRE. ALL THE STUDENTS STOOD AND EN 
JOYED THE EXCITEMENT THAT FILLED THE AIR. THE FRESHMAN 
WERE FILLED WITH THE NEW EXPERIENCE WHILE THE SENIORS BE 
CAME VERY SENTIMENTAL. THE NEXT DAY, NOVEMBER 26, WAS 
THE BEGINNING OF A NEW RIVALRY. 

DURING THE THANKSGIVING DAY GAME THE WARRIORS CRAWLEL 
THROUGH THE MUD, CLIMBED OVER ANGRY OPPONENTS AND 
EVENTUALLY TAMED THE PANTHERS. THERE WAS ANGER FROM 
THE FRANKLIN KITTENS FOR AFTER THEY LOST THEIR PRIZE 
TROPHY TO THE MIGHTY '88 WARRIOR TEAM. IT WAS WELL KNOWN, 
THAT FRANKLIN HAD HELD THE TROPHY EVER SINCE THE RIVALRY 
BEGAN YET, AFTER DEFEATING THE PANTHERS FOR THE PAST 3 
YEARS, THE WARRIORS NOW DOMINATED THE GRAND AWARD. 
WE ALSO ALL KNOW THAT THE DAY WAS ADDED TO BY THE 
BEAUTY AND ELEGANCE OF OUR K.P. COURT SONYA HOYLE ANC 
CARLA AXBERG, WHO WERE ESCORTED BY NEIL KAVANAUGH ANC 
TODD LINDMARK. THEY ARE TO BE GIVEN CREDIT FOR SUSTAINING 
THE FRIGID WEATHER DURING THE ENTIRE GAME. 

THANKS ARE TO BE GIVEN TO THE DEDICATED, DEMANDING ANC 
LOUD COACH PARISEAU FOR PUSHING AND AT TIME PULLING THE 
TEAM TO THEIR VICTORY. YET, WE KNOW THAT IT WAS THE UNITY; 
AND RESPECT THAT THE PLAYERS AND COACHES FELT FOR EACH 
OTHER. AND WITH RESPECT TO COACH PARISEAU BY A OVER 
WHELMING SCORE OF 14-8. OUR CO-CAPTAIN JASON ROMSEY 
WAS GIVEN THE HONOR OF RECEIVING MVP, FOR THE FRANKLIN 
WARRIOR THANKSGIVING DAY GAME. 







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O-CAPTAIN JAY HARTNETT AND TEAM SENIORS PRACTICE HOLDING THE TROPHY AT RALLY 



COACH PARISEAU WITH A PEP TALK 
TO SCHOOL AT RALLY 




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KP WARRIORS PRACTICE BEFORE THE BIG GAME 




KP'S OFFENSIVE LINE 



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THAT WE DID! 



AND THIS IS WHAT WE 
RECEIVED! 



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Mr. Pierce 
Teacher/Coordinator 



Mr. Paglari 
Teacher/Director 



Mr. Lojko 
Director of Pupil Personnel 



Mr. Johnson 
Administrative Assistant 



Mr. Geib 
Assistant Principal 



Who nuns our school? Is it Mr. William Costa, Superintendent 
of Schools, the Big Cheese as far as administration is con- 
cerned? Could it be the administrative assistant, the ever smil- 
ing Mr. Johnson, the man who deals with money? How about 
Mr. Fairfield, our principal and friend, the dominant figure in all 
our student lives? Many students tend to think the assistant 
principals nun our school. Mr. Geib, who lays out the computer 
schedule of our academic lives, and Mr. Fitzsimmons, who 
knows who's here and who's not — both are in charge of disci- 
pline. Do they run it? What about Mr. Lojko, director of Pupil 
Personnel? Students wind up in his office for many reasons. 
Some for a schedule change, some for help in finding a college, 
some for just plain help. Those involved in sports would say that 
Mr. Edmonston, athletic director, decides what they do and 
don't do where sports intersect their lives. In the coordination 
of the vocational shops, Mr. Pierce and Mr. Paglari can be dis- 
cerned as head honchos for all the vocational students in KP 
who depend mainly on them. In conclusion, the person who 
runs our school depends on an individual student viewpoint. On 

the whole, no one person runs the school; all are important and 
indispensable, and we hope to keep it that way. 




Mr. Fitzsimmons^ /? i (_} 
Assistant Principa/.-^ ' ( 





Mr. Edmonston 
Athletic Director 



Mr. Costa 
Superintendent 





Left to right: Mr. Robert Latham, Mr. David Brown, Mr. Keith Grant, Chairman, Mr. 
John Barrett, Vice-Chairman Left to right: Mrs. Martha Donavan, Mrs. Marilyn Eden, 
Mrs. Shirley Larsen, Secretary, Mrs. Mary Ann Gallimore, Mrs. Suzanne Neske, Debe 
Anderson, SC Rep. Upper right: Dave Killian, SC Rep. 



James Texiera 



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Mrs. Verna 



Mrs. Stelzmann 



Mrs. Pegg 



Three cheers for the secretaries! Those nice 
people in the office who understand those 
students feeling down, in trouble, or just not hav- 
ing a good time. Those supenwomen who do theirs 
and everyone else's job and still seem bright. For 
Mrs. Verna, Mrs. Stelzmann, and Mrs. Mad- 
uskuie who handle the superintendent's grueling 
tasks. To Mrs. Pegg and Mrs. Berry whose dedi- 
cation allows the vocational department to run 
smoothly. To Mrs. Frederick, Miss Farragher, 
and Mrs. Berteletti whose nimble fingers never 
stop and keep special needs and guidance up to 
par. Warm greetings to all from Mrs. Callahan, 
the switch board operator. To Mrs. Pullan, Mrs. 
Antonellis and Miss Lessard our sincerest grati- 
tude for the innumerable things you accomplish in 
the course of a day. You all deserve recognition so 
take your bows you earned it! 




Mrs. Maduskuie 



Miss Lessard 



Mrs. Frederick 



Mrs. Pullan 



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Miss Farragher 




Mrs. Callahan 



Mrs. Berteletti 




Mrs. Berry 



Mrs. Antonellis 





Mrs. Sullivan 



Sue Hoyle 



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Mrs. Viles-Bachman 
History 



Mrs. Tower 
Art 



Keith Wooding and Mr. Dnsko 



Miss Turco 
Special Needs 





Mrs. Tower 
Special Needs 



Mrs. Tolley 
Business 



Mr. Tileston 
Music 



Mr. Terranova 
Culinary Arts 



The Art Department at the King Philip Regional 
High School is one of the fastest growing depart- 
ments at the high school. It has quadrupled in size 
in the past four years and now services about two 
hundred and fifty students or one-fourth of our 
student body. 




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The Language Ants Department offers 
courses geared to college preparation, busi- 
ness, general and vocational students. 
Specific courses in literature, writing, read- 
ing, and advanced placement are available to 
the students. 




Mr. Rilev 



Drafting 



Miss Szczepaniak 
Math 







The Business Department at the 
King Philip High School offers a va- 
riety of courses for the student 
preparing to enter the world of 
business such as typing, at many 
levels, and stenography. There is 
also a room in which there is an of- 
fice set up and business students 
carry on just like they were in the 
business world. 



Mr. Sumner 
Tech Drawing 



Mrs. Sullivan 
Nurse 




Mrs. Stankiewicz 
Business 



Miss Southworth 
English 



Mrs. Smith 
Physical Education 



Mr. Simarrian 
History 



Mrs. Sandland 
English 



Miss Ryan 
English 



Miss Szatek — English 
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Miss Strekouras 
Math 




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Science 




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Business 



Mr. Radziewicz 
Math 




Mr. Pratt 
Machines 



Mr. Pillarella 
Electrical 




Chris Boone with Mr. Breitenbach — Culinary Arts 




Mr. Pierce 
Machine 



Mrs. Pfeffer 
Physical Education 



Mr. Perry 
Math 



Mr. Pariseau 
Physical Education, Health 



Mr. Paglari 
Carpentry 




Mr. Nosiglia 
Science 



Mr. O. Nolin 
Machine 



Mr. R. Nolin 
Automotive 




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What are quantitative comparisons? The 
extensive King Philip Math Department car 
enlighten you on this and many other mine 
boggling terms. From Consumer Math tc 
Calculus, Introduction to Basic to Cobol e 
wide and interesting program to learn from 
Three rooms chuck full of computers staffec 
with able instructors supply plenty for all 
Enough math teachers to give each student 
his/her desire. The faithful departmenl 
members let no student with the initiative gc 
unhelped. Each stays after school two days e 
week. With this service to higher educatior 
students can become pioneers in any math 
field. 



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Mrs. Neubauer 
Math 



Mrs. Negus 
English 



Mr. Murtan 
Science 



Mr\ Milano 
Graphic Arts 



Miss Meuser 
Speech 




Mrs. McNeil 
Language 



Mrs. MacDonald 
Reading 



Mrs. McCourt 
Language 



Mrs. Maxell 
Dist. Education 



Miss Manteca 
Social Studies 




Mrs. Mannenng 
Language 



Mr. Ligor 
Science 



Mr. Lazzara 




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The Distributive Education program provides 

students with train inGph Marketing, Fp&tiB^ling 

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skills first in the scnooK store and restaurant 
and later in local busfne^sesT^Flfiey afsdpartic- 
ipate in the Distributive Education Clubs of 
America, a national youth organization de- 
signed to promote excellence in business 
skills. 



Miss Zeigler and Toni Roche 



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MR. LAVALLEE 
BUSINESS 



MR. LANCIAUX 
FOREIGH LANGUAGE 



MR. KUMMER 
COMPUTERS 



MRS. KAMEN 

LANGUAGE 



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Announcing a brand new program. 
We call it DELTA because it is 
composed of 3 independent 

courses with 2 areas 
to choose from. 




ELECTRONICS/ROBOTICS 



COMPUTER CONTROLLED 
MANUFACTURING 



COMPUTER AIDED 

DRAFTING 




REPRODUCTION GRAPHICS 



ADVANCED ART 



COMPUTER AIDED 
DRAFTING 



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MRS. HUCKLE 
ENGLISH 



MR. HOUDE 
ENGLISH 



MRS. HILL 
LIBRARY AIDE 



MR. HARTLEY 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



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DISTRIBUTIVE 

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MRS. ERICKSON 
MATH 




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MR. FAULK 
SCIENCE 



The K„ ig Philip Regional School offers its students specialized pro- 
grams to improve each individual skill. Students after graduating have 
the knowledge to either further their education or to go night into the 
working world. 

The Machine program provides students with an opportunity to re- 
ceive basic training on the standard machine tools in industry. These 
tools include lathers, drills, grinders, milling machines, and precision 
inspection equipment. In this program, the student has an opportunity 
to learn about their principal parts, the basic operations that are per- 
formed on them. The student learns to read and make technical 
drawings and is instructed in the use of various measuring tools. 
Using all types of metal, the student will learn to fashion the most 
intricate mechanical parts. 

Basic Technical Drawing — This semester course is designed for 
the student who wishes to attempt to learn the theory and techniques 
of the language of industry — the universal graphic language. The stu-] 
dent will learn the use of instruments to produce one-view drawings. 
Technical lettering, and introduction to the metric system, freehand| 
sketching, and orthographic projection will be presented. 

The students in Food Service learn how to plan, prepare, and serve 
meals. They learn about running restaurants and these skills will help 
them get jobs in the Food Service career field. The career fields that 
extend form Food Service experiences are jobs in hotels, res- 
taurants, catering, hospitals, fast foods, resorts, and the option of 
working in any part of the country. 

Electrical, a course designed to instruct students in the knowledge 
of electricity theory, how electricity works, how it is generated, con- 
trolled, distributed, and put to use. The student will learn the adaption 
of this theory in the electrical shop by wiring various types of lighting 
fixtures, switches, appliances, power tools, signs, transformers 
motors and controllers, and low and high voltage. The dedicated 
dent can pursue the many options available in the electrical field: alar 
systems, telephone systems, control systems, audio systems, ele 
tronics, cable T. V. and robotics. 

Sheet metal emphasizes the basic skills and technical knowlec 
needed in the various areas of the sheet metal trade. Instruction 
given in heating, ventilations, layout, duct, blower piping, butters, ar 
leaders. Each student will have an opportunity to use the hand tools 
and machines of the trade. Welding, riveting, and soldering will be an 
intricate part of the instruction. 

Students in carpentry learn the skills needed to build storage cab- 
inets, display units, and kitchen and lavatory cabinets. Students will 
gain experience in the field of furniture repair and construction. 
Through these activities, the students will learn how to use hand and 
mechanical woodworking tools and machinery. 

Mechanical Drafting — Industrial Drafting, Computer aided draft- 
ing, mechanical design architectural drafting, technical illustrating, in- 
terior decorating and engineering. 

These Areas and many more areas will open up to students who 
have had training in drafting. There are also many highly paid related 
jobs that would benefit from background selected to drafting. 

The future for drafters, the demand for drafters has been growing 
steadily. Computer aided drafting (CAD) has been growing at a phe- 
nomenal rate, It has become the standard tool of the drafter in 
industry. 



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MATH 




MR. DWYER 
HISTORY 



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Automotive 



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Culinary Arts 



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Science 




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Graphic Arts 







Mr. Cormier 
Science 



Miss Cloutier 
Business 





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Media 



Mr. Carneiro 
Physical Education 



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Mrs. Campos 
Business 



Mr. Brennan 
History 



Mrs. Brennan 
Special Needs 



Miss Bremer 
History 



Mr. Breitenbach 
Culinary Arts 





Mr. Bodge 
Electrical 



Mr. Black 
English 




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English 



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Carpentry 



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Math 



Mr. Antonetti 
Automotive 



Mr. Ahern 
English 




The Social Studies Department has elective offerings as well as two 
required rour?es to complete graduation. Youth and Law, Eco- 
nomics, Psychology, Sociology, and Modern European History are 
the courses that many seniors elect. This year's Social Studies 
students will participate in the National History Day Contest, 
Student Government Day, Hockomock Model Senate and Labor 
Contest. 



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TOP LEFT: CHARLIE BRUNDLEY, TOM LAWLESS, PAUL SPADONI 
AND BILL RAYMOND TOP RIGHT: MR. JACK GALLAGHER, SUPER- 
INTENDENT OF MAINTENANCE 

DEAR CAFETERIA LADIES, 

FROM ALL OF US HERE AT KING RHILIP HIGH 
SCHOOL, WE WOULD LIKE TO SAY THAT WE APPRE- 
CIATE YOUR PATIENTS, KINDNESS, AND OUTSTAND- 
ING SCHOOL SPIRIT EVEN THOUGH WE ARE 
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Project Share is a vocational program 
which services learning disabled students 
through the BICO Collaborative. All col- 
laborative programs are extensions of 
public school services. 

Whereas mainstreaming becomes a 
goal for most students, small group or in- 
dividual instruction is provided within re- 
source classrooms and resource shop 
areas to prepare for successful main- 
streaming. 

The goals of the program are to provide 
learning disabled adolescents with the 
skills and knowledge necessary to obtain a 
high school diploma, as well as a market- 
able vocational skill Cand a vocational certifi- 
cate). 





On Dec. SO, 1 987 a life was 

taken. 
Jimmy was a real sweet guy. 
His untimely fate is now a 

question of why. 
Now Jimmy looks down at us 

and waves good-by. 
He wonders why we weep and 

cry. 
He whispers, "Do not stand 

over my grave with tears in 

your eyes. 
For I am not there, I did not 

die." 

— Brian Healy 




Mrs. Angell 
Resource Teacher 



Mrs. Bimschleger 
Resource Teacher 



Mr. Creely 
Vocational Teacher 



Dr. Neifing 
Vocational Teacher 



Miss Soufy 
Resource Teacher 




Mr. Alter 
Instructional Aide 



Mrs. Come 1 
Instructional Aide 



Mr. Wickman 
Instructional Aide 



Miss McGee 
Instructional Aide 



Mrs. Nichols 
Instructional Aide 




Mr. Thurlow 
Adjustment Counselor 



Mrs. House 
Speeh Therapist 



Mr. Colemn 
Adaptive P. E. Teacher 



Mrs. Galligan 
Coordinator 



Mr. Santos 
Instructional Aide 



FACULTY ^ 1B9 




Cindy Dynan and Adnenne LeMay 
Onlookers 




The Freshman Tug-of-War team 



There was a surge of spirit in the battle 
of the classes during the class competition 
of 1 987. Seniors, Juniors, and Sopho 
mores made great strides to bring the 
event to a three-way tie finale. There was 
great skill as one male and one female from 
each class attempted the adventurous ob 
stacle course, while others made waves 
with the flirtatious nectarine pass. Yes 
the evening was full of races both physicallv 
and mentally, but the night would not have 
been complete without the infamous 
Boston Cream Eat Out. Sweet Tooth 
students in this event dared to gorgel 
themselves with this rich pie to bring their 
class ahead. All in all, the evening was in 
ventive, sportive and hysterical! 



Lexia Calzaretta 
Junior Volleyball Player 



The Trophy for the winning class 




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John Burhardt and Kathy Paulson 
Sophomore Pie Eaters 



Phil Redfern 
In his own competition 



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TO THE CLASS OF 'SB!! 

The Rlainville Fire 

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Englehard Industries 

of Rlainville 

Congratulates the class of 

1988 



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PRESCRIPTION 

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"Good Luck Class Of '82 
And Sue" 

8 Rockwood Rd. 
Norfolk, Mass. 02056 




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The Stockroom 
ManMar Drive 
Rlainville, MA 



Congratulations, Seniors 



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SENIOR PARENT PATRONS 



Mr. Si Mrs. Edward Lewicki Jr. 

Mr. S. Mrs. Tony Faford 

Harry S. Carolyn Romsey 

Ravi S. Sara Nadkarni 

Mr. S. Mrs. Caprarella 

Lorie S. Bob Latham 

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Benson 

Mr. S. Mrs. William Barkley 

Mr. S. Mrs. Richard Lindmark 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Sullivan 

Mr. S. Mrs. Wayne Berry 

Linda Muh Spink 

Dr. S. Mrs. Richard K. Grady 

Mr. David Hoyle 

Mr. S. Mrs. James Reafearn 

Constance McGill 

Mr. S. Mrs. Frank Doyle 

Mr. &. Mrs. Jay Dougery 

Mr. S. Mrs. Ralph W. Cook III 

Everett S. Norton Sr. 

Jim S. Judy Hazlett 

Mr. S. Mrs. Richard Carlson 

Mr. S. Mrs. Richard Hall 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Gallagher 

Mr. S. Mrs. John Dineen 

D.J. S. Jim Dixon 

Mr. S. Mrs. Joseph A. Genovese 

Donna & Jim Texieira 




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Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Kramer 
Richard & Carol Fasulo 
Mr. & Mrs. Henery T. Reid Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Porter Jr. 
Mr. S. Mrs. Robert Lincoln 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Grzenda 
Mr. S. Mrs. Russell Merritt 
Mr. S. Mrs. Paul Reinhardt 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Kammerer 
Mr. S. Mrs. John Thomson 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hayes 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Cooper 
Robert & Mary Griswold 
Mr. & Mrs. Davis 



PROFESSIONAL PATRONS 

Heather Hill Country Club, Inc. Plainville 
Bocce Club, Woonsocket, Rl. 
Bernadini Travel Service, Wrentham 
Audio Concepts, Inc. North Attleboro, MA. 
Norfolk Pharmacy — Norfolk 
Triboro Pools, — Plainville 
Flower Connection — Wrentham 
Wrentham Banking Center — Wrentham 
Theodores Landing — Plainville 
Annie's Book Swap — Plainville 
Jim Hazlett S. Son, Inc. — Norfolk 
Foxboro Auto Supply — Foxboro 
Norton Construction 



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Wherever you're headed, we want to wish you the very best. We also have a 
suggestion or two that will help in the future. 



IF YOU'RE GOING TO COLLEGE. 

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You'll benefit from our helpful College 
Credit program at South Shore Bank. 
See us for GSL Loans if you're a senior 
looking to finance your college educa- 
tion. Also discover our PLUS and VALUE 
Loans for both you and your family. 



IF YOU'RE GOING TO WORK. 



Our Starter Kit is designed to help 
you do just that. Get a VISA' Card (free 
for the first year), a checking or NOW 
Account, $300 of overdraft protection, 
a special rate on auto loans and a free 
Multibanker' 24/Yankee24' card. 



For more facts, visit your nearest South Shore Bank office. 



South Shore Bank 



Multibank 



(617)8473100 
Member FVder.il Deposit Insurance Corporation 




A SPECIAL THANK YOU MUST 
BE ADDRESSED TO JAMIE MAS- 
TERSON AND FRED LONGBARD 
FOR THEIR TIME AND PROFES- 
SIONALISM WITH PHOTOG- 
RAPHY. JAMIE MADE GREAT EF- 
FORTS TO DEVELOP THE CHIEF- 
TAIN'S LAST MINUTE FILM 
WITHIN ONE DAY. WHILE, FRED 
WAS MUCH APPRECIATED BY 
THE STAFF AND STUDENT 
BODY FOR CAPTURING THOSE 
UNFORGETABLE SHOTS. 
THANKS AGAIN, IT WAS MADE 
POSSIBLE BECAUSE OF YOU. 




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King Philip Counseling Center 
P.O. Box 49 
301 Franklin Street 
Wrentham, MA 02093 



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Individual — Group — Family Therapy 



ROBERT H. COOKE 

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 



ROBERT II. COOKE. CPAS 



18 CARLSON CIRCLE 

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DB SPORTS 

Featuring Name Brand Athletic 
Footwear and Clothing 



546 Kelley Blvd. 
No. Attleboro, MA 02760 (61 7) 695-4499 




BEST HOMECENTER, INC. 

Lumber & Building Supplies 
"Where You Alway's Receive The BEST VALUE" 

580 Kelley Blvd. - Rt. 152 
No. Attleboro, MA 02760 

699-6733 




PLAINVILLE DRUG 

1 22 SOUTH ST. 

PLAINVILLE, MA 

SINCERELY CONGRATULATES 

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Used & Rebuilt 
Machinery S. Tools 



Fork Trucks & Material 
Handling Equipment 



Countryside Equipment Inc. 

150 South St. (Rt. 1A) 
Plainville, MA 02762 



Shop 617-699-7493 
STEVE WOOD Res. 617-528-9265 

BEST OF LUCK CLASS OF 'SB 



Johnny's Oil Service, Inc. 




46 South Street 
Plainville, Massachusetts 02762 



Complete Heating Installation 
Burner Sales & Service 
Budge* Plans 



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MONOGRAMMING 

PERSONAL OR BUSINESS LOGOS 
LADIES — MEN — CHILDREN 

CAROL SOUSA 

VERONICA (RONNIE) HENRY 



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Telephone (6171695 1496 



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DELICIOUS PIZZAS 

HOT OVEN GRINDERS 

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WRENTHAM HOUSE OF PIZZA 

DO YOU WANT FASTER SERVICE? 

CALL 384-8109 
WE WILL HAVE IT READY FOR YOU. 



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SAMMY'S 

RESTAURANT 



Monday-Friday 6 a.m. -3 p.m. 
Saturday 6 a.m. -2 p.m. 

Sunday 8 a.'m. -1pm 




TAKEOUTS 
384-2070 






BOSTON HUB KOA KAMPGROUND 

1095 South Street 
Wrentham, MA 02093 



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ARTHUR JOHNSTON 



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— owned & operated by Raymond Realty, Inc. 



155 South Street, ♦ Wrentham, MA 02093 ♦ 384-7911 



Open May 1 thru Nov. 1 

JXP PAINTING 

We do it right & reasonable 

Will guarantee work 

Call Matt 226-52BO 



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Specializing in Parry Platters" 
Open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. doily 

384-7572 

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lainville Insurance Agency, Inc 



119 SOUTH STREET 
PLAINVILLE. MA 02762 
PHONE: 695 3528 



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KING PHILIP PLAZA WRENTHAM, MA 

NEXT TO THE POST OFFICE 

PHONE 384-7788 



HOURS: MON.-SAT. : 3 A.M. -3 P.M. 
SUN. 3 A.M. -3 P.M. 



COOPER'S APPLIANCE 
SALES S SERVICE, INC. 

23 Lincoln Avenue 

Plainville, Massachusetts OE762 

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WREMTHAM. MASSACHUSETTS 02093 

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Norfolk Auto, Inc. 
38 Main St. 
Norfolk, MA 



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BEST OF LUCK 

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CATALDO'S PAINT & HARDWARE, 

INC. 

Wrentham Center 

384-2431 

Mon.-Fri. 7:00-5:00 

Sat. 3:00-5:00 



BEST WISHES CLASS OF 1 988 

Pioneer Engine Company Inc. 

Wrentham Fire Dept. 

Wrentham, MA 02093 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '88 

"THE SHAPING OF OUR OWN 
LIFE IS OUR OWN WORK . . . 

WE LAY THE CORNER . . . 

WE SET THE FINISH . . . " 
Henry Ware 

RAINBOW'S END 
GIFT AND CARDSHOP 
78 SOUTH STREET 
WRENTHAM CENTER 

384-2050 

TODD . . . BEST WISHES FOR 
EVERY HAPPINESS AND 
SUCCESS. 



Congratulations to 

The Class of '88 

Wrentham Sportsman Association 

P.O. Box 83 

Wrentham, MA 02093 




NORFOLK PHARMACY 

8 Rockwood Road 

Norfolk 

528-0880 



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Russell Stover Candy 
Coping Service 
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friends drive drunk. 

Drinking and driving: 

we can help make it less popular. 

Think about who's been drinking 

and who's going to drive. 

We have to start taking care of each other. 

That's what friends are for. 

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SERVING KING PHILIP REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 

WITH THE HIGHEST QUALITY DRIVER ED PROGRAM AVAILABLE. 







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ARTHUR J. ROBINSON 

1 DEPOT ST. 

WRENTHAM, MA 02093 

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JOHN BARRETT VICE CHAIRM^ 

DAVID BROWN 

MARILYN EDEN 

MARY ANN GAULIMORE 

PATRICE GIOVANONI 










ROBERT LATHAM 

MARTHA DONOVAN 

SUZANNE NESKE 

SHIRLEY LARSEN SECRETARY 

DAVID KILLIAN STUDENT REP. 

DEBE ANDERSON ALTERNATE: 



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2 Nassapoag St. 
Medway, MA 
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Assonet, MA 02702 

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understand. Take time for people 
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sorrily. Spread joy. Take a chance. 
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something new. Slow down. Be soft 
sometimes. Believe in yourself. Trust 
others. See a sunrise. Listen to rain. 
Reminisce. Cry when you need to. 
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